Biologics Audit and Quality Accounts

IBD Biologics Audit: Statement of Purpose, Scope and Requirements

IBD Biologics Audit: An Explanation of the Key Performance Indicators for  2017/18

Announcement: NHS England includes the IBD Registry Biologics Audit in Quality Accounts for 2019/20

2019-20 NHS England Quality Accounts List confirmed (Quality Accounts List for 2019-20 now available from HQIP website)

The IBD Registry’s Biologics Audit has again been selected for inclusion in the Quality Accounts List for 2019/20.  All health service providers are required to submit a quality account report in June each year, covering the quality of their services in the previous financial year. Quality Accounts are required to be submitted to the Secretary of State and are publicly available on the NHS Choices website.  To find out more about how to participate with the Registry, plesae email us on [email protected]

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

IBD audit programme 2005-2017

 

Exporting local data from the biological therapies audit was one of the criteria for Quality Accounts in England in 2016/17. If you’re not sure whether your site’s data has been exported, please contact us.

 

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