This spreadsheet provides data on the results for individual NHS trusts against the four priority seven day hospital services clinical standards. These are: Clinical standard 2: Time to first consultant review Clinical standard 5: Diagnostics Clinical standard 6: Interventions/ key
This document aims to support ambulance services, lead commissioners and Sustainability & Transformation Partnerships / Integrated Care Systems to safely reduce the number of people conveyed to an Emergency Department (ED).
This circular covers the consultation document on the findings of the National Beds Inquiry, including the supporting analysis.
This Health Service Circular sets out a programme of action for the NHS to: strengthen prevention and control of infection in hospital; secure appropriate health care services for patients with infection; improve surveillance of hospital infection; and monitor and optimise
Care Quality Commission annual survey of people who stayed as an inpatient in hospital finds that most people had confidence in the doctors and nurses treating them and felt that staff answered their questions clearly. However, across the majority of
This guide sets out the different levels of management that make up an integrated care system, describing their core functions, the rationale behind them and how they will work together.
The establishment of a new organisation to lead national policy for NHS technology, digital and data has been announced. NHSX will bring together digital leaders from NHS England, NHS Improvement, and the Department of Health and Social Care to lead
Provides a demand-side, supply-side, practice and emergent view of factors that lead to 4-hour breaches with a particular focus on changes that have taken place since 2010. It scales the relative impact of each causal factor and aims to provide
Age UK’s Personalised Integrated Care Programme (PICP) is a scheme that aims to improve the lives of older people through practical support, underpinned by a change in the way that the health and care system works together for these people
It is generally acknowledged that small, rural NHS health care providers face higher costs than larger, urban areas. For a number of years the NHS has adjusted financial allocations to account for these unavoidable variations in costs in different parts