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  1. A model to help you understand your outpatient demand and estimate the capacity you may need to meet it.

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  2. A model to help you understand your endoscopy demand and estimate the capacity you may need to meet it.

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  3. This overview introduces the key concepts of demand and capacity

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  4. This guide helps you understand the demand and capacity of a system and what you can do if there is a mismatch between them that has resulted in a backlog (waiting list)

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  5. A model to help you understand your diagnostic imaging demand and estimate the capacity you may need to meet it.

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  6. A model to help you understand your demand and estimate the capacity you may need to meet it.

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  7. A model to help you understand your inpatient demand and estimate the capacity you may need to meet it.

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  8. A model to help you understand your two week wait demand and estimate the capacity you may need to meet it.

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  9. Adhiraj Joglekar, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, gives his views on modelling techniques and matching workforce capacity to demand in the NHS.

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  10. This tool gives guidance on how to go about creating patient information so that patients and carers are involved in their care and to improve their experience.

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  11. Reliable design: ensure the right patient, receives the right care, in the right place, at the right time.

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  12. This guide to better discharge planning can help reduce length of stay and ensure patients are ready to leave hospital, thereby reducing unnecessary readmissions

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  13. An easy to use, structured form of communication that enables information to be transferred accurately between individuals.

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  14. This tool gives guidance on how to go about creating patient information so that patients and carers are involved in their care and to improve their experience.

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  15. Piles of work to do later, infrequent decision making for groups of patients, and batching work will all be associated with a delay in a patient journey or diagnostic pathway. To remove these delays there are some ways to change the way you work.

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