The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) has launched its final report into the impact of the Future Hospital Programme (FHP).
The three-year project, funded by RCP, aimed to implement the recommendations of the Future Hospital Commission. Working with partners throughout the UK at FHP pilot sites, the project worked to improve patient engagement and satisfaction, improve efficiency, develop clinician engagement and increase morale. Lessons learned from the pilot project have assisted development of best practice guidelines and new models of tailored care. In addition, the FHP saw the launch of a new chief registrar scheme to help develop a new generation of clinical leaders.
As the programme draws to a close, RCP are also launching a Quality Improvement Hub to improve support for clinicians. The programme will provide expert support, training and education to physicians, teams and organisations.
The report can be viewed on the RCP website.
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