CCEHC launch the System and Assurance Framework for Eye-health (SAFE) – Emergency and Urgent Care

5 December 2018
Source: Clinical Council for Eye Health Commissioning

How to ensure your patients are managed by the right person in the right place at the right time. The main message from all the SAFE products is to promote the right commissioning at the system level, so that there is consistency, improved levels of communication and greater integration between services. The System and Assurance Framework for Eye-health (SAFE) – Emergency

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CCEHC System And Assurance Framework For Eye-health - Emergency And Urgent Care - 2018
CCEHC System And Assurance Framework For Eye-health - Emergency And Urgent Care - 2018
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Eye health sector launches new SAFE approach to assist in improving the systems around the delivery of eye health and sight loss services in England

10 April 2018
Source: Clinical Council for Eye Health Commissioning

The Clinical Council for Eye Health Commissioning (CCEHC), which represents the leading clinical professions and sight loss charity organisations in the eye-care sector, has launched a new Systems and Assurance Framework for Eye-health (SAFE)1. Increasing demands on eye health services due to the ageing population and the availability of new treatments continue to create capacity issues within the hospital eye

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Clinical Council for Eye Health Commissioning Appoints New Chair

4 July 2017
Source: Clinical Council for Eye Health Commissioning

Consultant ophthalmologist, Parul Desai, took over from David Parkins as chair of the Clinical Council for Eye Health Commissioning (CCEHC) on June 29. David will serve as vice-chair. Both were elected following a vote by the members of Clinical Council.

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The Royal College of Ophthalmologists and Clinical Council for Eye Health Commissioning publish NICE accredited guidance on commissioning glaucoma services

16 June 2016
Source: The Royal College of Ophthalmologists

Clinical Commissioners are asked to review existing services against the recommendations contained in the new guidance to ensure the most cost effective and resource efficient services are available to meet demand.

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Demand for hospital eye clinic appointments and community eye services discussed in parliament

15 April 2016
Source: Clinical Council for Eye Health Commissioning

This week, the Secretary of State for Health was asked what steps his Department is taking to address the increased demand for eye clinic appointments and hospital eye services.

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