Reimbursement of urgent and emergency care: options for reform
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Monitor and NHS England set out their current thinking on options for reforming the urgent and emergency care payment approach.
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This discussion paper is supported by the findings from Monitor’s research and analysis so far. It describes:
- the case for reforming the urgent and emergency care payment approach
- a suggested payment approach, including the supporting evidence and analysis
- preliminary options for implementing a new payment approach to support improved delivery of urgent and emergency care
- the next steps for Monitor and NHS England’s work
Transforming urgent and emergency care services in England
On 19 August 2014, NHS England published an update to their emergency care review ‘Transforming urgent and emergency care services in England’. This is part of their vision for delivering urgent and emergency care as a co-ordinated system.