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Pressure Ulcers: measuring harm and achieving your CQUIN

Led by Maxine Power, Halo, Matt Fogarty, NHS England, Will Gage, Imperial and Abigail Warren, NHS ST Programme Lead, Haelo. This webinar will explore how the harm caused by pressure ulcers can be measured and used to drive improvement in reduction across the whole economy. It will focus on the following:

• Measuring harm: what is the burden of harm and are we improving?
• What is the NHS Safety Thermometer and what does the CQUIN require your organisation to do?
• How can you use your data to drive and measure improvement and achieve your CQUIN goal?
• What is the incentive to work across the health economy and how can it be done in practice?
Recorded Oct 16 2013 60 mins
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Maxine Power, Director, Haelo, Matt Fogarty, NHS England, Will Gage, Imperial and Abigail Warren, NHS ST Programme Lead
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