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  1. 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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  2. NHS providers should refer to this page for the latest updates on financial accounting and reporting. We also email updates to finance teams.

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  3. The urology report from the 'Getting It Right First Time' (GIRFT) programme sets out 18 recommendations to improve the way urology services are organised and delivered in the NHS.

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  4. Sets out how we oversee NHS trusts and NHS foundation trusts, helping us to determine the level of support they need.

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  5. The Healthcare costing standards for England describe the costing approach we ask you to adopt. There are different versions of the standards for acute, ambulance, mental health and community services.

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  6. The cranial neurosurgery report from the ‘Getting It Right First Time’ (GIRFT) programme sets out 15 recommendations to improve the way adult cranial neurosurgery — surgery to the brain and the nervous system, is delivered in the NHS.

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  7. 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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  8. NHS Improvement collects information from providers about the costs they have incurred in running healthcare services yearly. This includes both reference costs and patient-levels costs (PLICS).

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

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  10. This guide provides a list against which medical directors can check they're taking the necessary action to reduce their reliance on medical locums.

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  11. Updated planning guidance for the NHS for 2016/17 to 2020/21 from England's leading national health and care bodies.

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  12. Part of: Elective care: demand and capacity models

    This model will help you to understand the demand and capacity needs of services with a simple pathway.

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  13. We’re taking steps to support NHS providers to reduce their agency staff bills and encourage workers back into substantive and bank roles. This will help ease the financial pressure facing the NHS.

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  14. Part of: Elective care: demand and capacity models

    This module will help you combine the outputs of individual demand and capacity models into a whole pathway view of a service.

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  15. Part of: Elective care: demand and capacity models

    This model will help you understand the demand and capacity needs of services with a complex pathway.

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