All.Can patient survey
Improving outcomes for patients,
focusing on efficiency
You can help shape the future of cancer care
Failing to focus on what matters to patients may lead to inefficiencies in cancer care. Unless we address these inefficiencies, we risk not being able to offer patients the quality of care they need. That’s why we’re asking patients like you to share your perspective on how the care experience could be improved.
If current trends continue, one in two people is expected to get cancer in their lifetime. With limited resources, we must make cancer care as efficient as possible. We can only achieve this by focusing on what matters most to patients.
Your responses will be used to inform discussions with policymakers on how to improve cancer care. We aim to bring the voice of the patient into the decision-making process, in an effort to ensure cancer policies focus on meaningful outcomes for patients above all other considerations.
All.Can, an initiative set up to tackle waste and inefficiency in cancer care, is leading this research project with the support of Quality Health, an experienced survey provider.
All.Can was set up to engage policymakers on the need to improve the efficiency of cancer care, focusing on better outcomes for patients. All.Can comprises leading representatives from patient organisations, policymakers, healthcare professionals, research and industry.
For more information about All.Can, please visit http://www.all-can.org/
Quality Health has over 30 years’ unrivalled experience and knowledge of running patient, service user and staff surveys. Its work covers all aspects of the survey process, including sampling, questionnaire development, survey administration and analysis of data. For more information about Quality Health, please visit https://www.quality-health.co.uk/