Clinical governance is a system through which NHS organisations are accountable for continuously improving the quality of their services and safeguarding high standards of care by creating an environment in which excellence in clinical care will flourish.
Clinical governance is an umbrella term. It covers activities that help sustain and improve high standards of patient care.
Health care organisations now have a duty to the communities they serve for maintaining the quality and safety of care. Whatever structures, systems and processes an organisation puts in place, it must be able to show evidence that standards are upheld.
Consultant to Consultant referral policy
Consultants in secondary care can refer patients to another colleague, either within the same speciality or in another speciality, within the same provider or between providers. For more details please click the link.
Managing the boundaries of the NHS and private care
How do CCG's deal with requests to fund healthcare for an individual who falls outside the range of services and treatment that the CCG agrees to fund? For more details please click here.
For information and guidance or details on how to apply please see the links below: