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  1. Our evaluation summary and self-assessment report will enable trust boards to improve leadership arrangements for their allied health professions (AHPs).

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  2. Guidance for NHS foundation trusts and trusts on their annual self-certification of compliance with the requirements of the NHS provider licence.

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  3. NHS Improvement collects information from providers about the costs they have incurred in running healthcare services yearly. This includes both reference costs and patient-levels costs (PLICS).

  4. The Serious Incident framework (2015) describes how Serious Incidents should be reported and investigated in the NHS. We are seeking views on how our guidance could be revised to support the system to respond appropriately when things go wrong.

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  5. Guidance on a range of executive HR issues including appointments process, salaries, severance and moves.

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  6. We explain why recording patient safety incidents is important for learning and how to report these incidents. You can also find out how many incidents were recorded and how we use them to support healthcare providers to improve patient safety.

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  7. Our ‘how-to’ guide offers practical steps and tactics to support the NHS and partners to use an optimal approach to managing hospital length of stay.

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  8. This guide provides a list against which medical directors can check they're taking the necessary action to reduce their reliance on medical locums.

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  9. Updated planning guidance for the NHS for 2016/17 to 2020/21 from England's leading national health and care bodies.

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  10. An evidence-based framework centred around Care Quality Commission key themes to enable board and senior teams in providers to continuously improve the experience of patients.

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  11. 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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  12. The number and proportion of admitted adult patients in England who have been risk assessed for VTE in 2017/18.

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  13. The VTE risk assessment data collection is used to inform a national quality requirement in the NHS Standard Contract for 2017/18, which sets a threshold rate of 95% of adult inpatients undergoing risk assessments each month.

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  14. Our quarter 4 year end report highlights the challenges that the NHS has faced this past winter, but also how NHS frontline staff have dealt with this by caring for more people than ever before during this period.

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  15. A suite of demand and capacity models to help you estimate the capacity needed to run your elective care service.

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