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Data collection for the 2017 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).

The Emergency Care project supplements available national metrics by looking at the detailed workings of A&E departments and alternative walk-in facilities. The project includes profiling of service models, access and waiting, infrastructure, activity, workforce, finance, quality and outcomes.

The timescales for this project are as follows:

  • Project opens for data collection – 10th May 2017
  • Project closes for data collection – 14th July 2017
  • Data validation – August and September 2017
  • First draft comparisons and analysis toolkit – September 2017
  • Emergency Care Benchmarking Conference (London) – 4th October 2017
  • Final reports – December 2017

Projects outputs include a benchmarking toolkit, a bespoke report for your organisation, a high level national report outlining key messages and metrics for services nationally, and free attendance at our Urgent and Emergency Care event on 4th October 2017. 

To register and begin inputting your data to the Emergency Care project, please log in to the members' area. For any further information, please contact Aneesa Halim or call 0161 266 2132.

In addition, the Radiology project is currently open for data collection and closes on the 23rd June, and the Acute Therapies and Pharmacy and Medicines Optimisation projects are due to launch in the next couple of weeks. The new project on Delayed Transfers of Care willopen in July and the new project on Outpatients in September.

Project registration is open online for all these projects.