Why the government must hand responsibility for monitoring hospital food to an independent body.
2. The public has a right to know what’s in our hospital food
3. Importance of reliable monitoring of hospital food standards
4. Data about hospital food published by Trusts conflicts with findings of
the Care Quality Commission
5. Are Trusts now being asked to publish less, rather than more, data?
6. Scotland’s move away from self-reporting data
Better Hospital Food
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