Deadline approaching to register for the NAIC 2017

You can still register

The NAIC 2017 is open to all commissioners and providers of intermediate care, you can register now from the NHS Benchmarking Network’s member area.

Deadline approaching to be involved in the PREM and Service User Audit

In order for providers of intermediate care services to utilise the standardised outcome and patient reported experience measures as part of the service user audit, registration must be completed by Friday 24th March.

Over 350 services UK wide already involved

Sign up so far has been very successful with over 200 services in England registered and 100% coverage in both Wales and Northern Ireland. If you know your organisation has already signed up for the NAIC 2017, please ignore this email and thank you for your involvement.

NAIC 2017 is free

There is no cost to organisations within 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

Website: here

Email: Lucy Trubacik for more information or to check whether you are registered for this year's audit.

You can also call the team on 0161 266 1333.

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