Adopt, Improve or Defend: an AID for QIPP (Right Care)

Summary

Commissioners in Wigan have developed and applied a systematic approach to achieving QIPP targets. A three-stage process, developed in collaboration with Right Care, involves identifying and addressing variations in local healthcare.

Savings of £18m were achieved in 2012-13, with similar potential savings in 2013-14.

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Reference

Melling, C. Sanders, W. [and] Cripps, M. (2013). “Adopt, Improve or Defend”: an AID for QIPP. Right Care Casebook. London: NHS Right Care, September 2013.

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