QIPP

Quality in the new health system – improving and maintaining quality from April 2013

The National Quality Board (NQB) has published a draft report – Quality in the new health system – maintaining and improving quality from April 2013 – setting out how quality will operate in the new health system. The report sets … Read more → – Quality in the new health system – improving and maintaining quality from April 2013

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New NHS Atlases of Variation in Healthcare explore opportunities to increase value and improve quality of NHS treatment

The QIPP Right Care programme is producing a series of themed Atlases of Variation in Healthcare. The NHS Atlases are proving a popular tool with the local NHS in identifying opportunities to improve care and increase its value by reducing … Read more → – New NHS Atlases of Variation in Healthcare explore opportunities to increase value and improve quality of NHS treatment

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National QIPP Adviser talks about why our NHS is ahead of the game

It is not only in the Olympics where we are taking gold this year – we are also ahead of the curve when it comes to effective clinical engagement. In his latest blog post Dr Mahmood Adil explains why the … Read more → – National QIPP Adviser talks about why our NHS is ahead of the game

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New intelligence on end of life care in England

This National End of Life Care Intelligence Network report pulls together data and analysis to provide an important insight into the pattern of death and dying in England. It highlights areas of marked improvement and where further action is needed … Read more → – New intelligence on end of life care in England

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Clinical and financial engagement in costing

We all know that effective clinical and financial engagement is vital to the NHS in order to respond to the quality and efficiency agenda. But how many of you consider it an integral part of the costing process? Professor Mahmood … Read more → – Clinical and financial engagement in costing

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