64 resources of type Framework/compulsory guidance ×

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

  2. 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.

  3. Help for NHS providers navigating their way through a transaction such as a merger or acquisition.

  4. Part of: Criteria-led discharge

    New criteria/protocol for the nurse-led discharge of elective endoscopy patients in a North West UK tertiary referral centre — audit of impact on patient flow and experience and team competence/confidence.

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

  6. This guidance explains the breakeven duty and how breakeven financial performance should be measured and reported within NHS trusts’ annual accounts.

  7. Part of: Inspiring improvement across the NHS

    Resources to support delivery of reducing the impact of serious infections (antimicrobial resistance and sepsis) CQUIN, parts 2c and 2d for 2017/18.

  8. Sets out the processes for NHS providers to follow when commissioning consultancy services.

  9. From 5 March 2018, all non-specialist acute trusts who undergo a Use of Resources assessment will receive a combined trust-level rating of Care Quality Commission’s (CQC's) five quality questions and a Use of Resources rating.

  10. Reporting a Serious Incident must be done by recording the incident on the Strategic Executive Information System (StEIS). This system facilitates the reporting of Serious Incidents and the monitoring of investigations between NHS providers and commissioners.

  11. Part of: Developing the national tariff

    A set of prices and rules to help providers of NHS care and commissioners provide best value to their patients.

  12. A framework to support challenged children and young people’s health services achieve a good or outstanding CQC rating.

  13. Guidance on our oversight approach to organisations controlled by NHS trusts and/or NHS foundation trusts, and delivering significant amounts of services for the NHS.

  14. Helping providers to learn from deaths that occur in their care.

  15. An evidence-based framework to support and enable directors of nursing and medical directors to achieve ‘outstanding’ care standards for those living with dementia during their stay in hospital.


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