Improving quality and productivity in the NHS whilst facing the financial pressures – joint statement from the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, Healthcare Financial Management Association and the NHS Confederation – September 2010

Posted on September 29, 2010. Filed under: Health Economics, Health Mgmt Policy Planning | Tags: |

Improving quality and productivity in the NHS whilst facing the financial pressures – joint statement from the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, Healthcare Financial Management Association and the NHS Confederation – September 2010

“In a joint paper, the three national bodies say it is crucial the issue is addressed in ways that are constructive to help maintain the gains in quality, access and activity that have been achieved over the past decade.

As national representatives of the NHS medical, finance and managerial communities, the three organisations outline a number of common principles they believe will help NHS organisations minimise the impact that tightened finances will have on services. They include maintaining a focus on quality care for patients, improving clinical outcomes, and recognising the importance of delivering improved cost effectiveness for taxpayers.”

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