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QiC Programme now online

The Quality in Care Programme – a new initiative to celebrate good healthcare practice in the UK – has launched a website and blog

The team behind the Quality in Care (QiC) Programme, a new initiative from PMGroup to recognise, reward and showcase good healthcare practice in the UK, has launched a QiC website as well as an accompanying QiC blog.

The website gives full details of the project, which aims to support the delivery of better patient outcomes in priority therapy areas as a result of efficient use of resources.

In doing so, QiC will provide an environment to share, discuss and celebrate the collective work of the NHS, voluntary sector and industry that is helping to meet goals of quality and productivity.

The first therapy field covered by QiC will be diabetes, with the site containing information on how to enter the programme, as well details on how to attend and how to support QiC Diabetes

QiC Diabetes logo

Alongside the website, there is also the Quality in Care blog which will track the QiC process as it continues to develop.

Blog posts provide relevant content for all involved sectors of NHS, voluntary and industry, supplying details on the full QiC story, as well as posting interviews and news about people involved with the Programme.

And as the nation's healthcare plans continue to develop under the coalition government, the blog will keep track of important NHS plans, and potential effects on patient outcomes.

Comments are welcome on the blog, as QiC seeks to develop its ideas of sharing to achieve best results.

QiC can also be found online on Twitter under @qicprogramme.

In addition, a QiC page has been set up on Facebook.

16th November 2010

From: Healthcare

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