At the March 29th 2012 EngageHealth London Conference, PatientView released the interim findings of a late-2011 survey of 400 UK patient groups (predominately local groups). The findings told of these groups' views on what they value in healthcare, and their opinions on how healthcare systems could change to improve value to patients. The work was commissioned by Hill & Knowlton Strategies. The survey found that patients see value in specialism in health professionals, and in healthcare delivered close to home. The survey also found that patients do not value healthcare technology, nor the evidence-based system by which technology is assessed, because patients are not involved in these R&D and health-technology assessment processes (HTA)—when they should be. Click on link to see the full presentation.