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  • Healthcare Improvement Scotland publishes its five-year strategy

    Created: 19/04/2023, Updated: 21/04/2023
    News/Events Category: General News

    Healthcare Improvement Scotland has published its five-year strategy, supporting the recovery and renewal of Scotland's health and care systems.

    Entitled 'Leading quality health and care for Scotland', the strategy is published at a time of unprecedented challenges for Scotland's health and care system.  The strategy puts improving the quality and safety of care at the heart of its priorities.

    Its priorities include:

    • Priority 1: Enable a better understanding of the safety and quality of health and care services and the high-impact opportunities for improvement
    • Priority 2: Assess and share intelligence and evidence which supports the design, delivery and assurance of high-quality health and care services
    • Priority 3: Enable the health and care system to place the voices and rights of people and communities at the heart of improvements to the safety and quality of care
    • Priority 4: Deliver practical support that accelerates the delivery of sustainable improvements in the safety and quality of health and care services across Scotland. 


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