Good morning.

I wish to gather information regarding NHS Health Checks in your area.

1. What is your approach to improving Health Check performance?
2. What is your annual budget for Health Checks?
3. How much do you pay service providers per Health Check?
4. Are Health Checks performed in the community, or purely via GP Practices? (e.g. health kiosks, occupational health, privately, etc.)
5. Do you have certain GP Practices who do particularly well, which may skew the average on the PHOF website, or do they generally all perform well?

Kind regards,

Mr B. Akehurst

Freedom Of Information Requests, Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council

Dear Mr Akehurst,

 

Freedom of Information Request

Unique Reference No: FOI 8948

 

Thank you for your email received 12 June 2019 requesting information
under the Freedom of Information Act.  I understand your request to be as
follows:

 

I wish to gather information regarding NHS Health Checks in your area.

 

1.         What is your approach to improving Health Check performance?

2.         What is your annual budget for Health Checks?

3.         How much do you pay service providers per Health Check?

4.         Are Health Checks performed in the community, or purely via GP
Practices? (e.g. health kiosks, occupational health, privately, etc.)

5.         Do you have certain GP Practices who do particularly well,
which may skew the average on the PHOF website, or do they generally all
perform well?

 

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Information Act 2000.  In accordance with statutory requirements, it may
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Population Health, to respond to your request and she can be contacted on
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Regards

 

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Dear Mr Akehurst,

 

Request for Information – Freedom of Information

Unique Reference FOI 8948

 

Please find attached response in relation to your Freedom of Information
Request.

 

Kind regards,

 

On behalf of Debbie Watson

 

 

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