Strategic Health Authorities (Consultation on Changes) Regulations 2003, Wednesday 5 November 2003.
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Strategic Health Authorities (Consultation on Changes) Regulations 2003, Wednesday 5 November 2003.

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Published by Stationery Office in London .
Written in English


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SeriesParliamentary debates
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Open LibraryOL15485588M
ISBN 10021526651X

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Strategic Health Authority: Any of the 10 regional bodies which manage the local NHS on behalf of central UK government and the Secretary of State, acting as the local headquarters for the NHS and providing the bridge between the Department of Health and local health-service organisations, including the local NHS Trusts and primary care trusts. Strategic Health Authorities were organisations within the NHS in England that were responsible for developing and improving health services in their local area, ensuring quality, measuring performance and making sure that national priorities were integrated into local plans. All Strategic Health Authorities closed 31 March Strategic Health Authority's responsibilities have been taken over by other Organisations.. The definition has been retained for historical reporting. A Strategic Health Authority is an ORGANISATION. A Strategic Health Authority is an NHS ORGANISATION established to lead the strategic development of the local health . strategic health authority (SHA) (stră-tee-jik) n. a statutory organization responsible for strategic leadership, building capacity, organizational development, and performance management in the local National Health Service. SHAs were established in by merging the existing health authorities; each SHA area contains various NHS trusts.

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