Join a professional network of over 330 member organisations to:
Define precise goals
and strategic direction
Comprehensive evidence to support members in meeting the national and local priorities outlined in the 2017-19 nine ‘must dos’.
Identify service improvement opportunities
Combine benchmarked information with evidence based good practice to identify key areas of service improvement and resource provision.
Share best practice, supported by comparable benchmarks to champion your local and national services.
Support contract negotiations
Tangible, validated and timely evidence to inform and support contract discussions.
Free Network events
Keep ahead of the latest developments, hear from expert speakers and network with peers.
Members of the Network are invited to attend our national benchmarking conferences for free. Places are limited, so book now via the members’ area to secure your place.
This year, the project makes use of metric definitions developed in collaboration with the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s (RPS) Hospital Expert Advisory Group (HEAG).
Project registration for all the 2017/18 benchmarking projects is open and data collection for the first wave of this year's projects has now opened. You can download a copy of the 2017/18 work programme timetable.
Do you provide intermediate care services?
Over 600 intermediate care services and over 130 commissioning organisations are registered to take part in NAIC 2017 with coverage across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Invitation to the NHS Benchmarking Network Annual General Meeting. The NHS Benchmarking Network will hold its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on the 19th September 2017 at the BMA House in London, starting at 14:30.
The 2017 Pharmacy & Medicines Optimisation benchmarking project is open for data collection. The Pharmacy project is open to all NHS Provider organisations, providing a unique opportunity to compare your services against peer organisations.
The NHS Benchmarking Network are exhibiting. Our experienced and dedicated team will be on hand to discuss how we can help commissioners get the most out of their Network membership.
The Community Services project is open to all providers of community services. It is one of the Network’s longest running and most successful projects and provides a detailed view of 26 different community service areas.
Data collection for the 2017 Pharmacy and Medicines Optimisation benchmarking project is open. The Pharmacy and Medicines Optimisation project is open to all commissioners in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Data collection for the 2017 Acute Therapies benchmarking project is now open. The Acute Therapies project covers four AHP disciplines: Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech & Language Therapy, and Dietetics.