At CMC, we are always looking for new ways to raise awareness of the benefits of urgent care planning: among patients, healthcare professionals and the public alike.
Since we launched it, our service has attracted a great deal of interest, from specialist medical journals to mainstream media. CMC has been profiled on national TV, praised in Parliament and has earned a prestigious award for NHS innovation. We have collected the best of this content here:
House of Lords
Coordinate My Care was mentioned in the House of Lords debate on what was Baroness Tessa Jowell’s last speech in the House, before she passed away from glioblastoma.
The debate focused on the need for adaptive clinical trials and collation and comparison of larger datasets in cancer to ensure patients benefit from better treatment and outcomes. Coordinate My Care was highlighted as a service supporting information sharing and patient choice operating in London by Baroness Rebuck.