Is Your Healthcare Board Assurance Framework Fit For Purpose?

How to ensure your Trust's BAF is up to the job

Is Your Healthcare Board Assurance Framework Fit For Purpose?

Change happens fast and so do risks, so how certain are you that your Trust’s BAF is actually up to the job?

The world has changed, and keeps changing. NHS and healthcare providers are continuously expected to deliver more for their money, even under unprecedented circumstances and in the midst of challenges that few could have foreseen.

The Human Cost of Failing Quality Assurance

How systemic failures lead to more than just fines

The Human Cost of Failing Quality Assurance

Last week, the CQC issued a press release announcing that a Nottinghamshire care home had been fined over £150,000 for failing to protect its residents from avoidable harm, after a resident with a history of problematic and aggressive behaviour caused another resident to fall and sustain a head injury.

How Technology can Enable the NHS and Healthcare Recovery Journey - 7 Lessons from Industry Experts.

How can healthcare providers arm themselves for the battle to reduce the backlog, and what are the challenges that await them?

How Technology can Enable the NHS and Healthcare Recovery Journey - 7 Lessons from Industry Experts.

A great many Trusts are feeling daunted by the mammoth task of restoring normal services. We drew together some of the UK’s preeminent Healthcare Service experts for a comprehensive round-table discussion on Healthcare Service Restoration.

Waiting Times...or Wasting time? A little digitisation that can help NHS service recovery.

Combining Quality and Efficiency in the NHS and Healthcare Recovery

Waiting Times...or Wasting time? A little digitisation that can help NHS service recovery.

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the NHS and UK health system in previously unimagined ways.

Elective and diagnostic activities have been highly disrupted, leading to a significant backlog of patients waiting for treatment.

Many people suffering painful joint and bone conditions, ear nose and throat and ophthalmology issue and undiagnosed cancers and mental health conditions will be part of that backlog.

Why KPIs and KLoEs Aren’t Really Driving Continuous Improvement and Statistical Analysis in Healthcare

How the right performance management solution helps you avoid the "messy middle"

Why KPIs and KLoEs Aren’t Really Driving Continuous Improvement and Statistical Analysis in Healthcare

For healthcare providers, Key Lines of Enquiry (KLoEs) and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are an integral part of the culture, as they help ensure that the services they provide meet fundamental standards of quality and safety. Audits and inspections (such as those performed for the Care Quality Commission) often take up vital time and resources as they collect commentaries and evidence to ensure those standards are reached.

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