QiC Programme Presentation

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Presentation introducing the Quality in Care (QIC) Programme - a new scheme to identify, celebrate, showcase, learn from and share best practice in patient care in a specific therapy area. The first QiC Programme will focus on Diabetes care in the UK, with both an Awards ceremony and and following opportunities to share and learn from initiatives and ideas concerning what makes best practice.

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QiC Programme Presentation

  1. 1. Identify Showcase Celebrate Share
  2. 2. What is QiC? •New initiative specifically for individual therapy areas •Recognising good practice •Rewarding initiatives that improve patient outcomes •Across four nations •In line with the quality & productivity challenge •Collaboration •Putting patients first
  3. 3. What makes QiC different? •Unique focus on therapy areas – Diabetes – COPD – Oncology – Dementia – Cardiovascular – Rheumatology – Mental Health •Inclusive – NHS – Industry – Third sector •Forum for learning and sharing
  4. 4. Reputation built on: – Integrity – Commitment – Quality – In line with current healthcare environment – Excellence – Showing good practice – Encouraging change
  5. 5. Support from leading bodies Industry NHS Patient groups
  6. 6. Diabetes UK on board
  7. 7. Aims and objectives
  8. 8. How does it work? Entry Judging Awards Presentation Showcase Share
  9. 9. Entry Share •14 categories Judging Awards Showcase •Database •Simple, easy to enter •Governance •Reward •Platform •Disseminate •Broad criteria •Expert panels •Celebrate •Good practice •Implement •Direct/indirect •2 rounds •London •Learn from •Spread the word •Shortlist •May 2011 •Case studies •Open: 1st October •June 2011
  10. 10. QiC Diabetes categories •Best type 2 diabetes prevention initiative •Best programme for specialist groups (6 winners) •Best screening/early detection initiative – Frail & elderly – Children & young people – Pregnancy & maternity •Best initiative supporting self- care – Foot care – In patients – Health inequalities •Best integrated care initiative •Best emergency/In-patient care initiative •NHS team of the year working in diabetes •Best initiative managing complications •Community initiative of the year associated with diabetes •Industry led initiative of the year •Best safe care of patients initiative •Partnership working of the year •Clinical service redesign •Innovation award
  11. 11. What are the judges looking for? •Meeting QIPP criteria •Demonstrable change •Evidence of the problem •Quality improvement •Strategy to solve it •Value •Participation & consultation •Sustainability & transferability •Cost benefit analysis •Equality & inclusivity
  12. 12. Evidence of •Ambition •Joined up thinking •Innovation •Team working •Patient engagement
  13. 13. In it to Win it
  14. 14. Timeline Website – September Entry drive – October-December Entry deadline – January 2011 Judging – March Awards presentation – May Showcase – June (Repeat every 2 years)
  15. 15. www.qualityincare.org

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