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The new direction in quality in PC, moving away from top down QOF preformance targets to GP lead identification of key quality issues, is being supported in Lothian by both a face to face and cyber network.
The Oncology Quality Management Programme in the Edinburgh Cancer Centre is using the outpatient lung systemic anti cancer therapy to identify improvements that can implemented throughout the Edinburgh Cancer Centre.
The Quality Improvement programme for MH, Psycological Therapies and CAMHS for Lothian focus on improving the quality of care provided to persons experiencing issues related to mental distress and ill health.
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The aim of the Stroke Clinical Quality Programme is to improve the experience of care of stroke patients. The focus is on the parameters which have established evidence for having an effect on patient outcomes.
The endoscopy programme aims to provide timely and patient centred access to diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy procedures for patients treated within NHS Lothian.
The SPSP is a unique national initiative launched in 2008 aimed to drive improvement across the whole of NHS. The aim is to reduce avoidable harm to patients by improving the safety of patient care at all points of care.
The development of a Clinical Quality Management System will focus on Neck of Femur, this is an example of NHS Lothian driving change to improve outcomes and the quality of care provided to patients.