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Commissioning Guidance for Rehabilitation - March 2016

 

Commissioning Guidance for Rehabilitation - March 2016

As a result of working with NHSCSI, networkers have influenced a range of national products that can be used to inform provision and commissioning, including: Commissioning Guidance for Rehabilitation – March 2016

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Lindsey Hughes Improving Rehabilitation Services Programme Lead NHSE explains why this is ‘a vital new tool for commissioners, patients, their families, clinicians and provider organisations’.
NHSCSI is delighted to see the publication of this guidance.

NHS England's Commissioning Guidance for Rehabilitation 'supports the commissioning of effective, high quality rehabilitation services, covering the whole life course and the full range of rehabilitation for both mental and physical health’

The guidance covers:

  • What rehabilitation is - the scope, breadth and depth
  • What the components of good quality rehabilitation
  • How to know whether the services that are being commissioned are of good quality
  • How to compare rehabilitation services locally, regionally and nationally
  • Provides access to a great many resources within its reference list, hyperlinks and comprehensive appendices

 

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What is the NHS Clinical Soft Intelligence Service

NHSCSI National Rehabilitation Networking Event 8 June 2016

Commissioning Guidance for Rehabilitation - March 2016

Rehabilitation is everyone’s business: Principles and expectations for good adult rehabilitation

Webinars, Vodcasts and social media networking 2015-16

Intelligence gathered to support the dissemination and adoption of good practice – 2014/16

Raising the profile of local service improvements – 2014/15

Webinars and social media networking 2014-15  

Engaging a diverse community in service Improvement programmes  

Webinars and social media networking March 2014
Raising the profile of local service improvements – 2013

Engaging service users, providers and commissioners to describe what good looks like