Is your hospital enrolled in NJR Quality Data Provider certificate scheme?
The launch of the ‘NJR Quality Data Provider’ certificate scheme in July 2015 was designed to offer Trusts a blueprint for reaching standards to achieve this aim and to reward those who had met NJR targets in this area. It is often a strong reflection of a departmental effort to achieve such status. .
To gain Quality Data Provider status hospitals are required to meet a series of six ambitious targets. NJR targets include demonstrating timely responses to any alerts issued by the NJR in relation to patient safety concerns and having less than 10 per cent levels in the registry for ‘unknown’ patient consent.
Continuing to go from strength to strength, more than a quarter of NHS Trusts are now proudly displaying their NJR Quality Data Provider mark for 2015/16, highlighting their commitment to patient safety and engagement with the NJR’s data completeness programme.
If you are interested in finding out more about the scheme for 2016/17, please contact your NJR Regional Coordinator who will be able to advise you further.