Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust: diabetic eye screening programme

Executive summary of quality assurance (QA) visit in Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust held on 17 March 2016.


Quality assurance report: Liverpool Diabetic Eye Screening Programme

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Quality assurance (QA) aims to maintain national standards and promote continuous improvement in diabetic eye screening. This is to ensure that all eligible people have access to a consistent high quality service wherever they live.

QA visits are carried out by the Public Health England screening quality assurance service (SQAS).

The evidence for this report comes from:

  • routine monitoring data collected by the NHS Screening Programmes
  • data and reports from external organisations as appropriate
  • evidence submitted by the provider(s), commissioner and external organisations as appropriate
  • information collected during pre-review visits
  • information shared with the Regional Quality Assurance Service as part of the visit process
Published 12 October 2017