Operational Delivery Networks are non-statutory organisations, our vision is summarised below:
‘Working with a wide range of stakeholders our overall aim is to improve patient experience and outcomes, reduce inequity and improve access to critical care services practising best quality individualised care. Improving communication is an integral part of our actions.’
Adult critical care is an essential component of acute healthcare and a valued resource across the health economy. The role of networks is increasingly seen as vital to improving patient outcomes and the successful integration of clinical services. We have been very fortunate in gaining the collaboration and co-operation of our key stakeholders and would like to extend our thanks not only to those individuals and organisations who provide critical care services but to patient representatives who have helped inform our work.
Among our key stakeholders are Acute Trusts, NHS England Area Teams, Clinical Commissioning Groups, patient and carer groups, and other clinical networks including Strategic Clinical Networks and the Cheshire & Mersey Rehabilitation Network. Nobles Hospital on the Isle of Man became a formal member of both networks at the end of 2013.
Quality measures aim to find the most appropriate and deliverable measures that can be used nationaly to help organisations improve the quality of care in their services.
This section contains details of existing training opportunities available to staff groups within the trauma pathway.
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