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This briefing has been prepared by JDRF in advance of the second reading of the Health and Care Bill in Parliament. The briefing aimed to provide suggestions for areas of improvement to the Bill to better support people with type 1 diabetes and their care, ensuring all can access the treatments they could benefit from.
Key asks for the Bill include:
Read the full report – JDRF briefing: Health and Care Bill second reading (pdf doc)
This briefing set out recommendations that the bill should encompass in order to ensure maximum value for people with type 1 diabetes in the UK who will be affected by the new laws.
This evidence provided a number of suggestions for amendments to the Bill, aiming to make changes to the proposals and benefit people with type 1 diabetes and their healthcare.
The briefing sought to promote the voice of people with type 1 diabetes within reforms to the NHS and build a health system that strengthens diabetes care.
JDRF’s aim for this submission is to ensure that patient voice is recognised and promoted within healthcare reforms, and acknowledge the existence of health equality amongst people with type 1 diabetes.
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