Our main duty is to protect and promote the interests of patients. We do this by promoting the provision of health care services which is effective, efficient and economic, and maintains or improves the quality of services.
Monitor and NHS England need your help to ensure the future NHS payment system delivers affordable, quality care and better outcomes for patients.
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We have set out proposals on how we will safeguard choice and prevent anti-competitive behaviour which is against the interests of patients.
Monitor has a continuing role in assessing NHS trusts for foundation trust status, and for ensuring that foundation trusts are well-led.
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Please respond to our proposals by 9 July.
We've given the Trust Special Administrators an additional 30 working days to identify a solution that meets the needs of the local health economy in Mid Staffs.
The document outlines how we will cooperate for the benefit of patients and taxpayers.
These documents detail Monitor and NHS England's proposals for the 2014/15 National Tariff.
The full report which summarises the key trends drawn from individual foundation trusts’ reports is available to download here.
This is the final report from the Contingency Planning Team examining the sustainability of Peterborough and Stamford hospitals.
Monitor is exhibiting at Healthwatch England’s first national conference on Thursday 20 June 2013 in Birmingham.
Monitor and NHS England will be holding four, full-day interactive workshops in July to hear from commissioners and providers about their views on our proposals for the payment system for NHS funded care.
• Directory of providers and their risk ratings
• Regulatory action we've taken
• Quality governance
• How we license providers
• Compliance Framework 2012/13
• Draft Risk Assessment Framework
• Annual plan review 2013/14
• Annual Reporting Manual 2012/13
• What are NHS foundation trusts?