Tag Archives: Inpatient Admissions and Bed Management in NHS Acute Hospitals

The Emergency Care Improvement Programme (NHS England / UEC Review Team / ECIP / ECIST / BMJ Open)

Summary The Emergency Care Improvement Programme (ECIP) has created possibly the ultimate collection of online resources to help hospitals understand and manage the challenges in improving the quality and performance of urgent and emergency care systems (and to address the … Continue reading

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Transforming Urgent and Emergency Care Services in England (Monitor / NHS England / UEC Review Team / ECIP / ECIST)

Summary An overview of work underway to improve urgent and emergency care: Improving patient flow in the rest of the hospital. Getting a better understanding of the impact of social and community care. Supporting the mid-long term sustainability of A&E … Continue reading

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Parity of Challenge for NHS Mental Health Services? (BBC News / RCN)

Summary Staff cuts and bed shortages, in the face of increasing demand, pose questions about the credibility of the NHS “parity of esteem” policy for mental health services. Full Text Link Reference Nurses warn of mental health services strain. London: … Continue reading

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The Home Cure (Demos)

Summary The Coalition Government has emphasised the importance integration between health and social care. Reablement programmes offer the potential for people to recover at home rather than in hospital. This Demos “Home Cure” report examines whether out-patient home care programmes … Continue reading

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