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  1. The Model Hospital is a digital information service designed to help NHS providers improve their productivity and efficiency.

  2. An improvement guide setting out key lines of enquiry (KLOEs) for acute organisations to use to review their ambulance handover process, and to identify key improvement opportunities.

  3. Part of: Same day emergency care

    The surgical same day emergency care (SSDEC) model builds on experience from established surgical ambulatory emergency care units and aims to bring principles learned from day surgery units for elective operations to emergency surgical admissions.

  4. Part of: Same day emergency care

    Acute frailty services are for patients with an acute illness or injury who may have other age-related health concerns which can significantly impact on their clinical needs and recovery.

  5. Same day emergency care (SDEC) is one of the many ways the NHS is working to provide the right care, in the right place, at the right time for patients.

  6. Part of: Same day emergency care

    The same day emergency care (SDEC) programme is part of the NHS England and NHS Improvement urgent and emergency care (UEC) transformation team.

  7. Part of: Same day emergency care

    Recording same day emergency care via a consistent data set is an important part of improving urgent and emergency care services.

  8. 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.

  9. Part of: Rapid improvement guides for urgent and emergency care

    This rapid improvement guide provides a brief guide to running a system challenge event.

  10. This document outlines the core ambulance offer from ECIST, including resources and contact details.

  11. This improvement tool provides guidance on the principles of Fit2Sit.

  12. This pack outlines the purpose and role of HALOs.

  13. The five principles of ambulance flow support timely care for patients presenting to the ambulance service with an urgent care problem — whether they are treated at home or need to go hospital.

  14. 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.

  15. Advice for ambulance trusts and A&E delivery boards on what action to take during busy periods and should ambulances begin to queue. This aims to help reduce delays in handover of patients from ambulance services to emergency departments.


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