A proposed map showing the quality of dementia care around the country could help drive up standards, according to the Alzheimer's Society.
Its director of external affairs, Alison Cook, told BBC Radio 4's Today programme:
This map is a step in the right direction, because naming those areas of the country who aren't doing very well and pointing in the direction of areas which are doing very well means that they can copy best practice and just get on with making people have access to a diagnosis.
She said that just being diagnosed can help patients by providing access to advice, social care and by enabling them to plan for their future.
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