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Publication - Consultation Paper

Hepatobiliary and pancreatic cancer quality performance indicators: consultation review

Published: 16 Jan 2017
Part of:
Health and social care
ISBN:
9781786527387

Formal review and consultation on NHS Scotland's hepatobiliary and pancreatic (HBP) cancer quality performance indicators (QPIs).

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Contents
Hepatobiliary and pancreatic cancer quality performance indicators: consultation review
Appendix 6: Regional Annual Governance Process and Improvement Framework for Cancer Care

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Appendix 6: Regional Annual Governance Process and Improvement Framework for Cancer Care

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1. Regional QPI Implementation Stage:

  • National cancer QPIs and associated national minimum core dataset and measurability specifications, developed by QPI development groups.
  • Regional implementation of nationally agreed dataset to enable reporting of QPIs.

2. Data Analysis Stage:

  • NHS Boards collect data and data is analysed on a yearly basis using nationally agreed measurability criteria at local/ regional level.
  • Data/results validated by Boards and annual regional comparative report produced by Regional Networks.
  • Areas of best practice and variance across the region highlighted.
  • Yearly regional reports submitted to ISD for collation and presentation in national report every 3 years.

3. Regional Performance Review Stage:

  • RCAGs* review regional comparative report.
  • Regional or local NHS Board action plans to address areas of variance developed.
  • Appropriate leads identified to progress each action.
  • Action plans ratified by RCAGs.

4. Monitoring Stage:

  • Where required, NHS Boards monitor progress with action plans and submit progress reports to RCAGs.
  • RCAGs review and monitor regional improvement.

5. Improvement Support Stage:

  • Where required Healthcare Improvement Scotland maybe requested to provide expertise to NHS Boards/ RCAGs on improvement methodologies and support.

6. Escalation Stage:

  • If progress not acceptable, RCAGs will escalate any issues to relevant Board Chief Executives. If progress remains unacceptable RCAGs will escalate any relevant issues to Healthcare Improvement Scotland.

*In the South and East of Scotland Cancer Network ( SCAN) the Regional Cancer Planning Group is the equivalent group to Regional Cancer Advisory Group ( RCAG).


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