Value Assessment Frameworks: How Can They Meet The Challenge?

Value Evaluation Frameworks: How Can They Meet The Challenge?Rising health carecosts and pharmaceutical costs in particular are among the main aspects that have triggered a steady flow of scholarly and ordinary press articles about moving from spending for volume to spending for worth. Propositions from groups such as the Center for American Progress advocate drug […]

By |March 3rd, 2017|NCAS|0 Comments

Change on the Horizon for Decades-Old Home Health Agency Conditions of Participation

Change on the Horizon for Decades-Old House Health Agency Conditions of ParticipationThe Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Provider (CMS) has released last policies (CMS-3819-F) that will make significant modifications to the Medicare home health agency Conditions of Involvement (CoPs). These sweeping changes work July 13, 2017, and represent the most extensive changes to the CoPs […]

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National deaf service

National deaf service1 Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Structure Trust National deaf service Expert services Visitor and carer details brochure 2 National deaf service: Where we are and what we do This service is based in the Jasmine suite at the Barberry, part of the National Centre of Excellence for Mental Health: Birmingham, in […]

By |February 17th, 2017|NCAS|0 Comments

The London Quality Standards: A case study in changing clinical care (summary)

The London Quality Standards: A case study in changing scientific care (summary)In 2011, London Health Programmes, a coalition in between NHS London and London’s primary care trusts (PCTs), started a London-wide attempt to improve the quality of severe and emergency care. The primary vehicle for enhancement was the development and application of professional agreement requirements, […]

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Cerebral Palsy in Under 25s: Assessment and Management

Spastic paralysis in Under 25s: Assessment and ManagementAcknowledgment of clinical risk and management for people with spastic paralysis modifications throughout their lives. Understanding the aetiology of the condition, therefore reducing the risk and early influence on the brain, might directly affect lifelong outcomes. Throughout development and advancement, the assessment and management of complex comorbidities can […]

By |February 5th, 2017|NCAS|0 Comments