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Improving the effectiveness of health and care services and enabling sustainable improvements

North East London, Care City has launched its new Quality Improvement function, with the aim of improving the effectiveness of health and care services across Barking and Dagenham, Havering, Redbridge and Waltham Forest and making sustainable improvements where required. This will complement trust specific programmes and will help to address the challenging issues that require people from across our health and care system to work together collaboratively.

Read more: Quality Improvement at the heart of Care City

Helping you to meet NHS improvement recommendations

Care City’s response to the framework, 'Developing People - Improving Care', summarises its recommendations and how we can help you to meet these recommendations.

Chief executives of the majority of provider trusts rated outstanding by the CQC credit established quality improvement methods for improvement in their operational performance, staff satisfaction and quality outcomes.

The National Improvement and Leadership Development Board recently released their framework, “Developing People – Improving Care”, which sets out recommendations for health and social care organisations to enable them to become high performing organisations. It recommends that all leadership teams review their people development strategies and revise priorities and budgets to target building these critical skills for staff and themselves.

View the full Care City response here. 

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