Nicola Sturgeon, Cabinet Secretary for Health & Wellbeing, launched the NHS Quality Strategy at Drumchapel Health Centre, Glasgow back in 2010.
The Quality Strategy is a blueprint for improving the quality of care patients receive from the NHS. It recognises that the patient's experience of the NHS is about more than speedy treatment - it is the quality of care they get that matters most to them.
For the first time, the quality of care provided by the NHS will be measured through the experience of patients and the information will be used to drive up standards. Patients will be encouraged to be partners in their own care and can expect to experience improvements in the things patients have said they want from their health service.
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