What Does Fast Track NHS Mean?

Fast Track NHS

The National Health Service (NHS) fast track funding process allows you to obtain funding to cover the full cost of your loved one’s care in place within 48 hours. NHS Continuing Healthcare Fast Track funding is for patients with a rapidly deteriorating health condition.

NHS fast track funding applies to individuals with a rapidly deteriorating illness that may be entering a terminal stage.


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