Dr Khailee Cheah, Consultant Geriatrician, Royal Free Hospital; Dr Jamie Dalrymple, General Practitioner, Drayton Medical Practice; Dr Andrew Goddard, Consultant Gastroenterologist, Royal Derby Hospital; Keith Hanks, British Kidney Patient Association; Dr Duncan Jenkins, Specialist in Pharmaceutical Public Health at Dudley Office of Public Health; Professor Phil Kalra, Consultant Nephrologist, Salford Royal Hospital; Rod Mitchell, Crohn’s in Children Research Association; Joanna Pearce, Crohn’s and Colitis UK; Michael Sobanja, NHS Alliance; Dr Wayne Thomas, Consultant Haematologist, Derriford Hospital; Edwina Towning, Kidney Research UK; Iain Wittwer, Specialist Nurse Practitioner, Churchill Hospitals, Oxford and Anaemia Nurse Specialist Association
The Anaemia Manifesto is fully sponsored by Vifor Pharma Ltd. Vifor have been involved in the initiation of the Manifesto, its content, publication and in the selection of the authors.
Develop a dashboard of appropriate metrics to measure performance in IDA care
Include some or all of these metrics within formal assessment and remuneration mechanisms for care delivery in England (e.g. NICE Quality Standards; Quality and Outcomes Framework [QOF])
Put in place a cross-disciplinary working group to oversee implementation of the Manifesto – implementation is expected to be cost neutral, because reductions in emergency care costs will offset the outlay