CQUIN stands for Commissioning for Quality and Innovation. This is a payment framework introduced in 2009 to enable our commissioners to reward excellence, by linking a proportion of our income to the achievement of agreed quality improvement goals.
In 2018/19 we agreed to deliver the following CQUINs:
- Multi-disciplinary inreach team for the Bristol Dementia Wellbeing Service (Bristol CCG)
- NHS Staff health and wellbeing
- Improving physical healthcare to reduce premature mortality in people with severe mental illness (PSMI)
- Reducing the Length of Stay (LoS) in specialist mental health services (adult eating disorder services) (NHS England / Eating Disorders)
- Repatriation and reducing the length of stay in specialist mental health services (low secure ) (NHS England / Secure Services)
- Repatriation and reducing the length of stay in specialist mental health services (medium secure) (NHS England / Secure Services)
- Preventing ill health by risky nehaviours (alcohol and tobacco)
- Transitions out of children and young people's mental health services
- Improving services for people with mental health needs who present to A&E
- CARE UK Improving physical healthcare to reduce premature mortality in people with serious mental illness (PSMI): Collaboration with Primary Care Clinicians.
The progress of these CQUIN targets is monitored through the Trust Executive Committee and financial targets and progress are reviewed through the Board of Director meetings whose papers are published on our website.
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