NHS England QIPP Case Study

NHS England has published a QIPP Case Study on our Phone Advice & Guidance project in North East Essex.
NHS England QIPP Case Study

NHS England published a QIPP Case Study on our Phone Advice & Guidance project in North East Essex. The study identifies £275k annual savings for elective care through avoided referrals. It also identifies annual savings of £250 – 400k for urgent care through reduced admissions.
You can read the case study below or click here to view and download a PDF version of this case study. 

 

 

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