NAIC is a partnership project between the British Geriatrics Society, the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services, AGILE, the College of Occupational Therapists, the Royal College of Physicians (London), the Royal College of Nursing, the Patient’s Association and the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists.
It’s now the biggest health and care audit in England and an essential tool in benchmarking Reablement and Intermediate Care Services.
To meet the challenge of an
ageing population, we need to understand how best to support older people at
vulnerable times; particularly when they are at risk of hospital admission or
being discharged from hospital. Intermediate Care provides alternative,
community based services to better meet the needs of older people and enable
more efficient patient flows through the health and social care system.
NAIC 2014 REPORT AND ANALYTICS
The results of NAIC 2014 were published on 12 November 2014 and the three high level reports,
- NAIC Summary Report 2014
- NAIC Commissioner Report 2014, and
- NAIC Provider Report 2014
These reports can all be downloaded from the NHS benchmarking website.
National Audit of Intermediate Care 2015
We are about to open registration for NAIC 2015. The audit questions for NAIC 2015 have been reviewed following feedback from audit participants. Also new for NAIC 2015, the service user element of the audit is being extended to re-ablement services. The Steering Group are also considering whether a ‘Best Practice Indicator’ for intermediate care services can be developed. NAIC 2015 have once again been included on HQUIP’s Quality Accounts register and NHS has recently encouraged all CCGs to participate in the audit.
Contact - If you require any further information you can visit the NAIC 2014 website or contact the NAIC Support Team by e-mailing Jessica.email@example.com or by telephoning 0161 266 1909.
NB - REGISTRATION FOR 2015 IS NOW OPEN, CLOSING DATE: FRIDAY 20 MARCH 2015
Please see link to register: members.nhsbenchmarking.nhs.uk