Quality, innovation, productivity and prevention

QIPP – Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention – is a large scale transformational programme for the NHS, involving all NHS staff, clinicians, patients and the voluntary sector. It will improve the quality of care the NHS delivers while making up to £20billion of efficiency savings by 2014-15, which will be reinvested in frontline care.

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Launch of digital technology implementation scheme for long term conditions work

A new scheme to support local long term conditions teams to identify opportunities and to exploit the use of digital technology in support of improved LTC management. has been launched. … Read more → – Launch of digital technology implementation scheme for long term conditions work

Product pricing project shows benefits of trusts sharing information

The results of a pilot benchmarking project to examine the prices paid by individual trusts for the same goods have been published by the Foundation Trust Network (FTN). Twenty trusts … Read more → – Product pricing project shows benefits of trusts sharing information

Mahmood Adil is looking for examples of good practice of clinical and financial engagement

As a National Adviser on QIPP, Mahmood Adil is looking to build a collaborative relationship between clinicians and finance managers to improve quality and efficiency. In these videos Mahmood talks … Read more → – Mahmood Adil is looking for examples of good practice of clinical and financial engagement

Engaging NHS staff with QIPP

QIPP is engaging large numbers of NHS staff to lead and support change. At a regional and local level SHAs have been developing integrated QIPP plans that address the quality … Read more → – Engaging NHS staff with QIPP