Clinical review of standards consultation

The NHS National Medical Director was asked in June 2018 to review access standards to ensure that they measure what matters most both to patients and clinically.

The recommendations from the clinically-led review of NHS access standards for urgent and emergency care, supported by key clinical groups, patient groups and hospital leaders, were set out in the Transformation of urgent and emergency care: models of care and measurement report.  The consultation responses are set out in the Clinically-led Review of Urgent and Emergency Care Standards: measuring performance in a transformed system report.

The proposed recommendations from the mental health clinically led review of standards: Models of care and measurement report are being consulted on from 22nd July to 1st September views can be submitted here.