Patologías Invisibles – Care Quality

Nearly one in three people in England have a long term condition, and many of these conditions are ‘invisible’ or not easily noticeable to someone else.

Conditions such as depression, diabetes, arthritis, heart disease and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) could all be considered invisible.

In our State of Care 2014/15 report, we found that people with long term conditions – particularly people with mental health conditions – were less likely to report having a good experience of using services.

If you have an invisible or long term condition, we want you to tell us about the care you are receiving, good or bad. Our inspectors can’t be everywhere at once and your information will help us decide when, where and what to inspect. By telling us about your experiences, you could stop poor care happening to someone else.

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