Consultation on a service specification for specialised intestinal failure services

Closes 9 Sep 2017

Opened 11 Aug 2017

Overview

NHS England has today (11 August 2017) launched a 30 day consultation on a revised service specification for specialised intestinal failure services. We are in the process of reviewing services for adults with intestinal failure, which has included nationwide engagement with clinicians, providers, commissioners, patients and the public on the priorities and future model of the service, as well as the interface with the HPN (Home Parenteral Nutrition) Framework and paediatric intestinal failure services, both of which are outside the scope of the review.

After extensive input from clinicians and patients we have revised the service specification for intestinal failure services, and once this has been agreed and we are clear on the level of need across the country, a new commissioning strategy will ensure the right services are commissioned in the right place to meet the needs of patients and the national standards agreed by clinicians. Later in the autumn we will be consulting more broadly on this strategy and the implications for patients in implementing any subsequent changes.

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