MPs claim that there is no strong national leadership of diabetes services, no performance incentives for care providers and no accountability arrangements for NHS commissioners.
They added that they have seen no evidence that the new NHS structure will address these concerns.
The committee called on the Department of Health to set out how improvements on diabetes services will be delivered in the reformed NHS.
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