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Background

QIPP: Establishing the Evidence is a project to collate and expand the evidence of how to improve quality whilst making efficiency savings. It seeks to solve the problem of disparate current evidence, and provide a structure for future evidence development.

The QIPP challenge to the NHS is to improve quality whilst making efficiency savings.  David Nicholson has set the challenge of saving £15-20 billion through efficiency savings from 2011 to 2014. The challenge to the NHS is how to make these savings whilst keeping quality as its organising principle

Involvement in Establishing the Evidence runs as a continuum from engagement to project governance. Evidence Packs will set out a national evidence base for improving quality whilst making efficiency savings. It will underpin the entire Establishing the Evidence project by acting as a baseline for what we already know, and show where there are evidence gaps.

Downloads
Quality and Productivity - Establishing the Evidence
Quality and Productivity - Evidence and clinical leadership
Template for collecting evidence
Establishing the Evidence - Advisory Group Event
Core components
Role of advisory group