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Quality Improvement and Performance
NHS Boards are publicly accountable for the delivery of key aspects of financial and service performance. The related methods of scrutiny also contribute to a wider set of resources and continuous processes where evidence is used to drive improvement in quality.
In this section
Ensuring that the people of Scotland receive a high quality health service.
Review of the NHSScotland asset base and control of NHSScotland capital allocations.
Ensuring high quality patient services and outcomes
Details of current and historical HEAT performance targets
NHS Boards and the Scottish Government Health and Social Care Directorates jointly agree on how to address planning issues.
Linking innovation and best practice across workstreams.
Supporting working in collaboration.
Transforming healthcare through technology.
Supporting Scottish Government priorities, in particular the Healthcare Quality Strategy for NHSScotland.
Ensuring NHSScotland is a world leading centre for innovation.
An overview of policy that supports NHS Boards better meet patient needs through delivery of unscheduled care, care that isn’t planned or that is outwith NHSScotland’s core working hours.
Palliative and End of Life Care
Page updated: Thursday, September 03, 2015