Quality improvement Improving quality in health care is about making it safe, effective, patient-centred, timely, efficient and equitable
We think of quality improvement as a systematic approach that uses specific techniques to improve quality in health and health care.
Our recent work and content on this topic is listed below.
Updated in 2021, this third edition outlines what you need to know about health care quality improvement.
A panel discussion exploring the extent of the backlog facing the NHS in the recovery period and how we should approach it to avoid mistakes of the past, maximise opportunities and ‘build back better’...
Which improvement approaches have the potential to increase productivity in the NHS? Tim Horton, Anita Mehay and Will Warburton look at what is needed to put these approaches into practice.
How will the four new Adopting Innovation hubs cultivate the optimal environment for change to be implemented effectively, efficiently and sustainably? Laura Semple and Richard Stubbs share their reas...
Four innovation hubs to be established as part of the Health Foundation’s programme to improve the adoption of health care improvements
Four areas have been selected to be part of a new programme supporting health care providers to create the conditions that will enable faster and more effective uptake of innovations and improvements.
This Hub will help bring together regional innovation, health and care, and academic stakeholders, to understand what drives health inequality and how implementing innovations can help.
This Hub will focus on supporting proven innovations and understanding their impact in the local context before they are scaled up, while ensuring that the sustainability of innovations is fully under...
Led by Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, this Hub aims to improve health outcomes for the diverse population the Trust serves, using digital as the initial exemplar.