NHS ombudsman in England criticises complaint handling

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The NHS in England is still failing to deal with complaints properly, with poor communication a major problem, the Health Service Ombudsman says.

The watchdog, which looks at cases that cannot be resolved at a local level, said too many minor disputes were being allowed to escalate.

Lisa Hampele reports.

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