‘Share for Better Care’, a new campaign launched by Healthwatch and the Care Quality Commission, addresses health inequalities across England.
Last year, Healthwatch received nearly 400,000 experiences of health and social care.
When services are under pressure, feedback on care can be crucial to identify what is working and what issues need fixing.
But not everyone’s voice is being heard.
‘Share for Better Care’ aims to help more people give feedback about their care, especially if their community experiences poor health outcomes.
Your experience matters to us
The simple act of sharing feedback is already helping to improve care for the people who use it.
We want people to know that their feedback, no matter how small, has the power to transform health and social care across the country.
Together we can improve health and care, but we can only make a difference if we know about your experience.
Have your say
Please share your experience and help us make NHS decision-makers aware of what needs to change to improve access to care, for everyone.
We’re completely independent and impartial, and anything you say is confidential.
Share your story here
You can also provide feedback on care by giving us a call on T: 01254 480002