Data collection for the 2017 National Audit of Intermediate Care is now open

Data collection is open

Data collection is now open for NAIC 2017 and will run until 14th July 2017. Registered participants can access the data collection pages via the members' area.

Registering for NAIC 2017

Over 600 intermediate care services and over 120 commissioning organisations are registered to take part in NAIC 2017 with coverage across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. There is still time for both providers and commissioners to register to take part in the audit. Please contact Lucy Trubacik for more information.

NAIC 2017 is free

There is no cost for providers and commissioners in England, Wales and Northern Ireland to participate in the audit. A copy of the NAIC 2017 audit proposal is available to download.

Why should we participate?

Intermediate care services are key to reducing the financial, quality and activity pressures being experienced in secondary care and the care service sector. The audit will enable you to address the following:

  • Does intermediate care work?
  • Is it cost effective?
  • Do we have enough capacity to make a difference?
  • What are the features of a “good” service?
  • How do we make the case for investment?

The project allows commissioners / funders and providers to consider both the national answer and, importantly, how your local health and social care economy is performing.

Find out more?

Download: NAIC 2015 Summary Report or NAIC 2017 brochure


Email: Lucy Trubacik

Call: 0161 266 1333

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