HQIP statutory and mandatory requirements in clinical audit guidance

Guidance | Published: 05 Dec 2017 | Author: HQIP

This table tool summarises the current statutory and mandatory requirements imposed on healthcare providers who work in the NHS in England. It takes as its central tenets the following:

When carried out in accordance with best practice standards, clinical audit provides assurance of compliance with clinical standards; identifies and minimises risk, waste and inefficiencies; improves the quality of care and patient outcomes.

Reviewed 2017

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HQIP statutory and mandatory requirements in clinical audit guidance