Tag Archives: Hospital Admissions Income

Competitive Integration in the NHS (Policy Exchange)

Summary This report from the Policy Exchange think-tank asserts that NHS funding arrangements encourage acute hospitals to admit patients instead of trying to treat patients at a community level or in their own homes. It shows that by international standards … Continue reading

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Over 60s Account for Half of Hospital Admissions Income (NHS Information Centre)

Summary Information released by the NHS Health and Social Care Information Centre indicates more than half of the income hospitals get for admissions attracting a mandatory tariff under the national Payment by Results (PbR) system comes from dealing with people … Continue reading

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