Recovery, Rehabilitation and Reablement: National Audit Report 2015 (NHS IQ)

Summary

The “Unbundling Recovery: Recovery, Rehabilitation and Reablement National Audit Report”, from NHS Improving Quality, investigates the use of an audit methodology (used earlier for surgical conditions) to assess how to improve the rehabilitation in acute hospitals.

This report describes the potential role of a locally-derived tariff for recovery, rehabilitation and reablement in supporting service improvements.

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Reference

Unbundling recovery: recovery, rehabilitation and reablement national audit report. Implementing capitated budgets within long term conditions for people with complex needs. London: NHS Improving Quality, June 2015.

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