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Delivering the National Outcomes Frameworks


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Delivering the National Outcomes Frameworks Delivering the National Outcomes Frameworks

Delivering the National Outcomes Frameworks Conference

Tuesday, 30 April 2013 - Central London



  • Chair: John Varlow 
    Executive Director of Information  
    Health and Social Care Information Centre
  • John Stewart
    Director, Quality Framework 
    NHS Commissioning Board
  • Richard Murray
    Chief Economist
    Department of Health
  • Gillian Leng
    Deputy Chief Executive 
    The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence
  • Professor Ray Fitzpatrick
    Professor of Public Health and Primary Care
    University of Oxford
  • Robin Burgess 
    Chief Executive  
    Health Care Quality Improvement Partnership
  • Eric Robinson 
    Oswestry Outcome Unit Manager  
    The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust  
  • Mike Reed  
    Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon 
    Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Over the past few years the NHS and social care have become increasingly focused on outcomes. Within the reformed health and care system, the NHS Outcomes Framework is the key document informing all planning and performance management. With both commissioners and providers expected to make improvement against Framework indicators.

However the NHS Outcomes Framework does not exist in isolation, which can lead to confusion.This important new conference has been designed to clarify roles and responsibilities in relationship to delivery of each of the National Outcomes Frameworks. Exploring how these Frameworks link and align with each and specifying who is accountable to whom, for the delivery of which outcomes.

The event also provides timely, practical guidance around the measurement, monitoring, reporting and improvement of outcomes in the reformed health and care system.  It also delivers useful case studies, which will enable organisations to make best use of the growing volume of outcomes data available.


For more information please visit the website:

Or Contact: Richard Goddard,, 020 7960 7719



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