UK National Health Service (NHS) information on quality accounts

3 Jan 2012 | Health Quality Intelligence

Quality accounts were first introduced into the UK National Health Service (NHS) in 2009 and, following testing in several NHS Trusts, became a reporting requirement for all NHS Trusts in 2010. The aim was to demonstrate that quality of care is core business for the NHS by placing on an equal footing the reporting of how Trusts handled finances with how they handled the quality of services.

To learn more about Quality Accounts see the documents below:

Last updated 25/10/2021