Making connections with the challenges of unscheduled care

NHS Improvement have published a new document, Making connections with the challenges of unscheduled care [pdf]
‘Urgent and emergency care remains a high priority across the NHS as demand, length of stay and variation in practice continues to increase. NHS Improvement has worked with a number of acute hospital sites to understand the complexity of urgent and emergency care attendances, and admissions. “Making connections with the challenges of unscheduled care” shares the issues, the outcomes and identifies some tried and tested solutions that can ease the burden of unscheduled care’.

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