Guidance

Guides to monitoring quality during transition published

A series of “How to” guides to assist current NHS organisations, and their supervisory and regulatory bodies

Documents

How to: Organise and run a rapid responsive review

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How to: Quality impact assess provider cost improvement plans

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How to: Organise and run a risk summit

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Detail

Three guides, published today by the National Quality Board, are part of a series that will:

  • assist the current supervisory structures to maintain a focus on quality surveillance and assurance
  • provide the tools to assist in interventions and support to mitigate service quality failures during 2012/13.

Chief executives and medical and nurse directors will wish to review How to: quality impact assess provider cost improvement plans and take action as appropriate.

The first in this series of ‘How To’ guides How to: maintain quality during the transition - preparing for handover was published 17 May 2012, providing guidance for all sending and receiving bodies

Advice published in 2011 Maintaining and improving quality during the transition: safety, effectiveness, experience