Resources

We are currently bringing together the resources produced by the organisations and teams that form NHS Improvement. In the meantime, you can still access all of these on their legacy websites.

82 resources of type Improvement tool ×

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  1. The aim is to reduce non-elective admissions for surgical site infection and to improve surgical discharge.

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  2. Part of: Improving patient flow through urgent and emergency care

    Through collecting and reporting ward-level data, this tool supports wards to reduce the number of 'red days' in favour of value-adding ‘green days’.

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  3. A tool that promotes best practice in identifying, delivering and monitoring cost improvement programmes (CIPs) in the NHS.

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  4. A resource to support providers to maintain patient safety and reduce overcrowding in emergency departments this winter.

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  5. This document describes a 'systems approach' for improvement designed collaboratively between engineers, clinicians and managers.

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  6. This model allows providers to calculate the number of MDTCs required to adequately deal with the workload demanded of them.

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  7. Part of: Criteria led discharge improvement collaborative

    This event focused on how providers can engage for improvement.

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  8. This tool allows staff groups such as multidisciplinary team (MDT) co-ordinators to track the important areas of their activity and assess the time spent on each over a week.

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  9. Always Events are those aspects of the patient's experience that should occur when patients, service users, their family members and carers, interact with health care professionals and the health care delivery system.

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  10. Part of: Improving patient flow through urgent and emergency care

    An intuitive data visualisation tool that gives NHS providers extensive information on patient flow through their emergency departments and beyond.

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  11. North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust has produced a short video reinforcing the main reasons why a patient might use their call bell.

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  12. Medway NHS Foundation Trust implemented the use of Treatment Escalation Plans (TEPs) to ensure that every patient has their ceiling of care considered and documented formally, in line with the national initiative.

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  13. As part of their quality improvement project, Medway NHS Foundation Trust implemented an improved handover structure process for junior doctors in orthopaedics.

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  14. Medway NHS Foundation Trust implemented a quality improvement project to enhance the flow in trauma theatre.

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  15. Medway NHS Foundation Trust implemented a quality improvement initiative to support early treatment and diagnosis of breast cancer, leading to higher standards of care for patients.

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