Using NICE guidance to help you cut costs

Posted on July 30, 2010. Filed under: Health Economics | Tags: , |

Using NICE guidance to help you cut costs 

“Is it possible to increase the quality of care provided against a backdrop of tightening budgets? We think it is, and that NICE has a key role to play. From identifying specific recommendations that can save money, to advice on reconfiguring to support disinvestment from ineffective services, we have products and services to help organisations meet the twin challenges of providing high quality care to patients and the public while also saving money and resources.”

 How NICE could help the NHS save millions 

“The NHS could stand to save millions – at a time when healthcare budgets are being squeezed – by following NICE guidance, according to a review by the Institute.   …

NICE has identified 19 sets of recommendations that if fully implemented by trusts could help to save millions of pounds. This list is based on costing work undertaken at the time the guidance is published and covers all clinical guidelines from January 2005 and technology appraisals from January 2006 that deliver a net saving.  …

All of NICE’s cost-saving tools and information can be found here

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