WEBINAR 20th April: REGISTER – Strategies for Reducing Your Elective Backlog
Webinar: 20th April 1pm- 2pm | Productive Partners
With the deadlines looming for submitting OBCs for National Elective Recovery Capital, our next webinar will be focussed on effective strategies for reducing your elective backlog.
Hosted by Productive Partners, a team of clinical efficiency specialists with over 15 years of NHS health experience, working with hospitals and systems to optimise clinical capacity, Kayley Taggart and her team will be presenting high-impact and sustainable strategies for reducing patient backlogs. An audience Q&A session will follow.
National Elective Recovery Capital 22/23 to 24/25
Last month the NHS and government announced a blueprint to address backlogs built up during the COVID pandemic and tackle long waits for care with a massive expansion in capacity for tests, checks and treatments.
NHS chief executive Amanda Pritchard and Health and Social Care Secretary Sajid Javid announced that the health service will build dozens more Community Diagnostic Centres as part of the new elective care recovery plan.
£700 million scheme
NHS England is determined to get maximum patient benefit out of the extra investment and is expanding capacity and investing in additional space locally as part of a £700 million scheme, to speed up the recovery of elective services.
The money will go to more than 180 NHS trusts, split between 870 different schemes including installing modular operating theatres and expanding mobile diagnostic centres for cancer. Find out more at NHS England: Coronavirus » Delivery plan for tackling the COVID-19 backlog of elective care (england.nhs.uk)