Tagged: QIPP

Paperless podiatry service in North London

In January this year Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, said the NHS should go paperless by 2018 to save billions of pounds, improve services and help meet the challenges of an ageing population. Last month he led a panel discussion on … Read more → – Paperless podiatry service in North London

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Thirteen AHPs welcomed on board the Clinical Leadership Programme

The NHS Leadership Academy’s flagship Clinical Leadership Programme welcomed thirteen AHPs in September. The AHPs were amongst eighty clinical professionals from NHS organisations around the country also joining the fold. The Clinical Leadership Fellowship aims to support the transformation of … Read more → – Thirteen AHPs welcomed on board the Clinical Leadership Programme

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QIPP Evidence Collection

The Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention (QIPP) collection on NHS Evidence (www.evidence.nhs.uk/QIPP) provides quality-assured, real life examples of how things can be done differently in health and social care, whilst still providing optimal standards of care to patients. This includes evidence-based … Read more → – QIPP Evidence Collection

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Third edition of the Long-Term Conditions Compendium of Information published

This is the third edition of the Long-Term Conditions Compendium of Information, which is aimed at commissioners as well as health and social care professionals to provide the evidence for improving care and outcomes for people with long-term conditions. It … Read more → – Third edition of the Long-Term Conditions Compendium of Information published

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Early implementers sought to test long-term conditions Year of Care Funding Model

Early implementers have been invited to apply to test a potential new way of funding long-term conditions (LTC) care. The LTC Year of Care Funding Model has a set approach for the purpose of national evaluation and will be tested … Read more → – Early implementers sought to test long-term conditions Year of Care Funding Model

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