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  1. On 6 July 2018 we held our third improvement conference — bringing together board members and senior leaders in NHS trusts and foundation trusts to help them to strategically develop, lead and sustain quality improvement cultures in their organisation.

  2. 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.

  3. We have developed a dashboard to help providers, clinical commissioning groups and local authorities to monitor and manage hospital length of stay in acute hospitals.

  4. This guide offers trusts useful guidance on emergency patient flow to identify a large cohort of patients who can safely be treated on the same day, reducing admissions and improving the patient experience.

  5. Our guide outlines some key approaches to avoid unnecessary admissions, reduce length of stay and promote efficient patient flow in emergency care.

  6. An improvement resource to help standardise safe, sustainable and productive staffing decisions in urgent and emergency care.

  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.

  8. Our publications index contains links to resources that have been developed to help provide better ambulatory emergency care for patients.

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

    This guide describes how local systems could implement trusted assessment to effectively and safely reduce the numbers and waiting times of people awaiting discharge from hospital.

  10. Part of: Red2Green campaign

    We're backing the #Fit2Sit campaign which encourages frontline health professionals and paramedics to put an end to patients lying down on trolleys and stretchers if they are well enough to sit or stand.

  11. A way of managing a significant proportion of emergency patients on the same day without admission to a hospital bed, giving the opportunity to better manage patient flow, improve patient experience and reduce acute hospital admissions.

  12. Early identification of risks and potential issues is important so they are recognised, acknowledged and mitigated where possible.

  13. Part of: Red2Green campaign

    Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust share their journey of implementing Red2Green days.

  14. NHS England and partners have published a series of quick guides to support local health and care systems.

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

    This guide sets out clear recommendations to help acute trusts and community services reduce admissions and support early discharge for patients with respiratory conditions.


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