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How every Monitor employee is protected against unlawful or unfair discrimination.
A summary of what delivering better integrated care means and how Monitor is supporting the sector.
Caps on the total amount NHS providers can pay per hour for an agency worker and rules on nursing agency spend.
From 1 April, Monitor is part of NHS Improvement.
An introduction to the role and duties of NHS foundation trust governors.
Letter to all foundation trust chief executives about Sir Robert Francis’ Freedom to Speak Up review.
The licence contains conditions for providers of NHS services, including NHS foundation trusts and other providers.
Guidance for NHS foundation trust boards on leading their organisations and making decisions effectively.
Support for providers and commissioners to make evidence-based appraisals of how the benefits compare with the costs of various approaches to move care closer to home.
The role, responsibilities and powers of a governor in an NHS foundation trust.
Information for all internal and external candidates who are applying to work at Monitor.
A toolkit to support all NHS providers in developing clear and well-thought-out strategies.
Designate which healthcare services should continue to be provided locally if an individual provider fails financially.
Monitor's approach to making sure NHS foundation trusts are well run and can continue to provide good quality services for patients.
A set of prices and rules to help local NHS providers and commissioners provide best value to their patients.
Guidance for commissioners of NHS services on how to purchase high quality healthcare services in line with the rules.
From 1 April 2016, Monitor is part of NHS Improvement.
An analysis of the current ways of paying NHS providers for the care they give patients.
Information on the cost of prosthetic limbs and how much is spent on a patient with prosthetic limbs during their lifetime.
Details of all cases from 1 April 2014 regulated by members of the UK Competition Network (UKCN).
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