GPs around the country are trialling new models of care with the aim of improving access to treatment for patients.
A new public survey has revealed that satisfaction with NHS services remains generally high, but improvements need to be made in several areas, including A&E and social care.
New training measures and other reforms are coming into place to ensure NHS nurses are committed and able to provide compassionate care to patients.
NHS staff are finding their jobs are becoming increasingly satisfying on a number of important levels, though areas for improvement still remain.
Patient satisfaction rates at UK hospitals have improved in recent months, but more needs to be done to ensure all patients are receiving the highest possible standard of care.
The new model of clinical commissioning groups have been in place for a year and have achieved a number of successes - but more progress is still needed.
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