The East of England Clinical Networks work to enable and facilitate whole system improvements and patient outcomes, supporting, influencing and working alongside commissioners and other stakeholders.
East of England Clinical Networks work in partnership with commissioners (including local government), supporting their decision making and strategic planning, by working across the boundaries of commissioner, provider and voluntary organisations as a vehicle for improvement for patients, carers and the public.
In this way, the East of England Clinical Networks will:
- reduce unwarranted variation in health and well being services
- encourage innovation in how services are provided now and in the future
- provide clinical advice and leadership to support their decision making and strategic planning
Download the following intelligence reports from our work on neurological conditions:
- East of England Strategic Network Commissioning Masterclass for High Quality Neuro Rehabilitation
- Top ten neurological spends within the East of England – this report provides a data analysis of the top ten neurological spends within the East of England. It emphasises emerging priorities and areas that should be considered by commissioners of neurology services.
- Epilepsy Event Evaluation Report 26th June 2014 – this report provides an evaluation of a regional event to raise the profile of epilepsy and identify ways to improve the care of patients with epilepsy within the East of England.
- Helen Hardy – Interim Network Manager
- Victoria Doyle – Senior Quality Improvement Lead, email@example.com
- Patrick Ring – Senior Quality Improvement Lead, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Graham Munn – Quality Improvement Lead, email@example.com
- Sue Game – Quality Improvement Lead, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jody Deacon – Quality Improvement Lead, email@example.com
- Jennifer Norris – Senior Administrator, firstname.lastname@example.org