- Health and social care professionals to make decisions about care based on the latest evidence and best practice.
- Patients and carers to understand what service they should expect from their health and social care provider.
- Service providers to quickly and easily examine the clinical performance of their organisation and assess the standards of care they provide
- Commissioners to be confident that the services they are purchasing are high quality and cost effective
THE RIGHTS OF PEOPLE WITH EATING DISORDERS AND CARERS
I Right to communication/partnership with health professionals
II Right to comprehensive assessment and treatment planning
III Right to accessible, high quality, fully funded, specialized care
IV Right to respectful, fully-informed, age-appropriate, safe levels of care
V Right of carers to be informed, valued and respected as a treatment resource
VI Right of carers to accessible, appropriate support and education resources