NHS Improvement now closed
NHS Improving Quality (NHS IQ) now exists to bring together the wealth of knowledge, expertise and experience of a number of former NHS improvement organisations.
NHS IQ is hosted by NHS England, previously known as the NHS Commissioning Board.
As a consequence, NHS Improvement has now closed. However, elements of the following programmes will continue within NHS Improving Quality:
The work on those parts of our website forms part of the work to continue within NHS IQ and therefore will be updated going forward.
Website, materials and publications
Access to this website and the resources on it will be available for a limited time. Please access and retain the materials you require. We will signpost on this site as soon as we can where our publications and resources can be accessed in the future.
Find out more
For more information, please visit the NHS Improving Quality website
Or download NHS Improving Quality: Our Strategic Intent
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. For NHS Improving Quality media queries please contact email@example.com.
Follow @NHSIQ on Twitter
NHS Improvement - Diagnostics
To deliver improved patient focused outcomes, through clinical and process excellence
The NHS Improvement - Diagnostics team works to deliver evidence based sustainable, effective improvements, aligned to national priorities with measurable outcomes by:
- testing and supporting practical implementation of service redesign methods
- demonstrating a ‘how to’ approach to achieve sustainable effective patient pathways
- develop leaders and clinical teams to embed a culture of continuous improvement
- sharedlearning, demonstrating increased impact and value for money
The role of the NHS Improvement - Diagnostics team is to:<
- provide service improvement and redesign expertise, including Lean and Six Sigma methodology
- provide clinical and managerial expertise in Diagnostic services
- support high quality, timely and effective patient centred diagnostics
- support the delivery of NHS priorities and Department of Health (DH) policy
- work in partnership with the DH Imaging and Pathology teams