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  1. Details of contents and assurance requirements for NHS foundation trusts preparing their 2018/19 quality reports.

  2. Part of: Using costing information to support better outcomes

    Reference costs are the average unit cost to the NHS of providing defined services to NHS patients in England in a given financial year. They show how NHS providers spend money to provide healthcare to patients.

  3. This guide encourages managers to treat staff involved in a patient safety incident in a consistent, constructive and fair way.

  4. A case study describing action by Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust to standardise management of spasticity.

  5. A case study describing action by Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust to use ward-based therapists to overcome staffing shortages.

  6. We have established a network of acute trusts sharing good practice, learning and insight in relation to the Model Hospital. We are now looking for staff within mental health and ambulance trusts to become Trust Ambassadors.

  7. Sets out the process that NHS providers need to follow when submitting daily situation reports.

  8. A case study describing action by Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust and Devon Partnership NHS Trust to set up a complex health pathway for adults with learning disabilities.

  9. Part of: Inspiring improvement across the NHS

    The resources below assist providers in implementing the actions of our Patient Safety Alert: Safer temporary identification criteria for unknown or unidentified patients

  10. A range of infection prevention and control standards in England that providers of healthcare should be compliant with. While they are not specifically focused on Gram-negative bloodstream infections (BSI), compliance with these standards is essential to prevent infections.

  11. The oral and maxillofacial surgery report from the ‘Getting It Right First Time’ (GIRFT) programme sets out 15 recommendations to improve the way oral and maxillofacial surgical services are organised and delivered in England.

  12. Part of: Developing the national tariff

    We proposed a number of changes to the payment system in 2019/20 and sought feedback on our proposals.

  13. Between July and September 2018, hospitals admitted more emergency patients and discharged more patients from their services sooner. However, largely due to the increase in demand, waiting times for planned treatment increased and the sector was £1.23 billion in deficit at the end of the quarter.

  14. The number and proportion of admitted adult patients in England who have been risk assessed for VTE in 2016/17. We have updated this data for quarter 3 and quarter 4.

  15. Part of: Creating a culture of compassionate and inclusive leadership

    Sets out how providers should carry out developmental reviews of their leadership and governance using the well-led framework.


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