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We are excited to announce the Forum. A platform which is located on the members’ area for our member community to interact with one another and be a dedicated space for knowledge sharing. Read more about the new process here.
We are excited to announce the Autumn conference season dates and locations. Save the date in your diaries in anticipation for registration opening on Monday 1st July!
Data collection is now open for NACEL 2019 and will run until 11th October 2019. Registered participants can access the data collection pages via the members’ area. Data collection is open for the Organisational Level collection, Case Note Audit, and NACEL Quality Survey.
We are pleased to announce that the Urgent Care project is open for data collection and submissions will be accepted until the 3rd August 2019. The Urgent Care project reviews the national level of capacity, demand and investment in these services.
The NHS Benchmarking Network is pleased to announce that data collection has now opened for the 2019 benchmarking project on Outpatients services. The project aims to provide benchmarked analytics on Outpatient departments, by looking at the detailed workings of Outpatient departments within Acute providers
The fresh, new look of the members’ area will be further developed later this month, with an alternative platform for the Knowledge Exchange. Read more about the functions of the forum here.
We are pleased to launch data collection for the 2018 Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services project.
The benchmarking project allows participants to understand the relationship between demand and capacity, a features a full range of metrics including service models, access, activity, workforce, finance and quality measures.
Throughout May, the Network hosted a series of regional events across England, bringing the Network to seven locations across the country. The Support Team developed a comprehensive programme, focused on how the Network can support your organisation across key themes in healthcare. Read more here.
Data collection for the 2019 Emergency Care benchmarking project is now open. The Emergency Care project is open to all providers of emergency care services, reviewing the provision of Accident and Emergency services (Type 1&2) as well as alternative community based services such as Walk-In Centres, Urgent Care Centres and Minor Injuries Units (Type 3).
We are pleased to launch data collection for the 2019 Mental Health Inpatient and Community project.
The Network’s well-established project on Mental Health Inpatient and Community services provides key intelligence and insight to support providers in effectively managing their services and meet the aspirations and challenges of the NHS Long Term Plan.