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

    Together with the Royal College of Emergency Medicine (RCEM), NHS England and Health Education England we've developed a plan to ensure we have sustainable staffing in our emergency departments.

  2. Part of: Transforming patient-level costing in the NHS

    It is mandatory for designated acute trusts to record and report the costs of acute activity at a patient level from 2018/19. This project is working to mandate patient-level costs for other services in future years.

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  3. Part of: Overseas visitor cost improvement programme

    It is now mandatory for NHS acute trusts to collect upfront payment from overseas visitors who are not entitled to free NHS elective care. This indicative price list is to support providers in upfront charging.

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  4. Part of: Transforming patient-level costing in the NHS

    Templates for software suppliers of healthcare costing systems and costing practitioners who are participating in 2017/18 PLICS cost collections.

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  5. Part of: Transforming patient-level costing in the NHS

    Our annual programme monitors acute and mental health providers' costing information. It identifies providers that need support, those delivering best practice. We also share results from the programme.

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  6. The Whistleblowers’ Support Pilot Scheme for Secondary Care was launched 22 September 2017.

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  7. Advice for trusts to ensure that their approach to job planning for allied health professionals (AHPs) is consistent with best practice.

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  8. We've produced this policy in response to requests from providers and wider health systems for guidance and support in producing their own elective access policies.

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  9. Advice for trusts to ensure that their approach to consultant job planning is consistent with best practice.

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  10. Part of: Non-executive appointments

    We have a specific role in appointing and supporting NHS trust chairs and non-executives which does not apply to foundation trusts. These are public appointments made using powers delegated by the Secretary of State for Health.

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  11. Part of: Non-executive appointments

    We have specific role in appointing and supporting NHS Trust chairs and non-executives which includes a duty to ensure that the individuals they appoint meet the requirements of the ‘fit and proper persons’ regulations.

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  12. Sets out the overarching principles relating to the capital regime and the business case approval process that apply with immediate effect.

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  13. Reduce the risk of healthcare associated infections by using the toolkits and guidance on how to tackle the likes of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and Clostridium difficile (C. difficile).

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  14. We're fighting antimicrobial resistance by raising awareness of prevention and control, while supporting expert pharmacists and clinicians to reduce inappropriate prescribing of antibiotics.

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  15. Reduce the risk of wrong route errors by implementing the recommended process to introduce small bore connectors into your practice.

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