Maintaining and Improving Quality in the New Health System (National Quality Board)

[A brief reference to this item appears in: Dementia and Elderly Care: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWHT), Volume 3 Issue 3, October 2012].

Summary

This National Quality Board (NQB) report explains how quality will be maintained and improved from April 2013 in the new health system. It defines how the new system will prevent, identify and respond to serious failures in quality.

This report is a draft and the NQB are inviting comments before September 30th 2012. Readers may send their views to nationalqualityboard@dh.gsi.gov.uk.The NQB is still considering findings and recommendations from the Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust Inquiry.

Read more: Maintaining and improving quality in the new health system: Draft National Quality Board Report published. NHS Commissioning Board.

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Reference

Quality in the new health system: maintaining and improving quality from April 2013. A draft report from the National Quality Board. London: National Quality Board (NQB), August 2012.

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