Nhs England

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=The National Health Service (NHS) is a publicly financed organization created by the government to give free or low cost good healthcare to all legal residents of United Kingdom launched in July 1948, a principle that remains at its core. The aim of this essay is to examine the objectives of NHS, how it carries out its services and its external factors. The National Health Services is divided into four geographical regions, which are: * NHS England * NHS Wales * NHS Scotland and * NHS North Ireland.
In this essay, my key focus is NHS England. It is a self-governing organization, with close contact to the government. Its main responsibility is to prioritize and set direction of the NHS to improve health care services for people of England. The NHS establishes enabling environment for health care services and staff to ensure highest quality of care through effective utilization of available resources with best outcomes for individuals within communities and society for now and future generations. NHS is structured into different sections to make-work more identifiable to whom to go to when need arises. There is the secretary of state for services (SSS) and the department of health (DH). The SSS is generally responsible of all the work while the DH is in charge of all the social and health care funding of England and the tactical leadership.
The mission of NHS is good healthcare should be available to all, regardless of the wealth. With the expectation prescriptions, dental and optical services which are charged at low cost. “Health and high quality care for all, now and future generation”
Vision simply means what the organization or company wants to achieve or accomplish in the future, it’s very hard to see an organization without a strategic plan for the future. In case to NHS, its vision is to ensure the best health care services are…...

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