News & Views
- Blog: My life as senior nurse on the mass vaccination programme
- Meet the director of our new service, the Transformation Unit
- Providing analytical support to the ‘New Hospitals Programme’
- MLCSU and the Transformation Unit come together
- Our year – supporting through COVID and beyond
- CIO on pandemic lessons about health inequalities in The Times report
- Equipment, software, connectivity – what it takes to digitally enable vaccination sites
- Medicines optimisation in Walsall care homes shortlisted for innovation award
- PrimaryPoint: essential IG, HR and finance support for GPs and PCNs
- Finance skills development culture and practice
- Recruiting people for vaccination centres in Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin eases pressure to redeploy staff
- Why some communities may be at risk of lower vaccine uptake
- Knowing our patch: Free demographic and health inequalities analysis
- Blog: How to support primary care services with their accounting – they really need help right now
- Our app helps fill the locum gap for GP practices – and is now even easier to procure
Purchasing the best care within the funds you have available can be a challenge when patients’ needs can’t be met by standard healthcare packages. In these cases, you need expert support to ensure that decisions are made transparently, supported by the right processes and administration to enable the delivery of the best patient care and use of public funds.
NHS Midlands and Lancashire CSU’s Individual Funding Request (IFR) team offers a specialist management and administration service to ensure that your IFR process is effective, transparent and consistent. We have extensive experience, having set up the IFR service in Cheshire, Merseyside and Lancashire.
Our service covers the screening and management of IFRs against clinical commissioning policies, exceptionality requests and developing policies to improve decision-making and equity. Our policies have been developed in conjunction with legal teams and commended by clients.
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