The NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement and the Department of Health want to extend the current 13 quarterly Better Care, Better Value indicators for primary care trusts and acute trusts to 30 from the start of the next financial year.

DoH commissioning director Duncan Selbie and NHS Institute chief executive Bernard Crump say that with evidence that efficient healthcare is higher quality than inefficient healthcare, they want to calculate a 'productivity opportunity' for each indicator to show potential level of resource available for re-investment and alternative use.

Read the letter and view proposed new indicators here

The NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement and the Department of Health want to extend the current 13 quarterly Better Care, Better Value indicators for primary care trusts and acute trusts to 30 from the start of the next financial year.

DoH commissioning director Duncan Selbie and NHS Institute chief executive Bernard Crump say that with evidence that efficient healthcare is higher quality than inefficient healthcare, they want to calculate a 'productivity opportunity' for each indicator to show potential level of resource available for re-investment and alternative use.

Read the letter and view proposed new indicators here