Core model for clinical service accreditation report (2009)

Clinical Outcomes Publication | Published: 26 Nov 2009

This historical document should be viewed in relation to content on the main Clinical services accreditation pages

Background to this document: In 2009 the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges (AOMRC) asked HQIP to lead a piece of work on professionally-led clinical service accreditation models. HQIP created a vision of how the disparate schemes (typically run by Royal Colleges) could be aligned under a single accredited system: the ‘Core Model for Clinical Service Accreditation’. While the National Quality Board (that supports NHS England) approved the model it also recommended further consultation, to include consideration of the practical implications of developing a core model.

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Core model for clinical service accreditation report (2009)