The core mission of BMJ Quality is to empower health professionals to play a more active role in helping achieve better outcomes in patient care.
By building on the BMJ Group strengths of using evidence and best practice we aim to support clinicians and organisations to improve the quality of care they provide for patients.
Our focus is on assisting organisations deliver a clearly defined and measurable improvement in quality whilst reducing expenditure and robustly demonstrating a return on investment.
What is the BMJ Quality Improvement Toolbox?
The BMJ Quality Improvement Toolbox is a complete improvement solution tailored for your health organisation and prioritised to your clinical, financial and regulatory goals.
Each toolbox guides you through a "step-by-step" improvement process to improve one clinical condition, such as COPD or diabetes, typically over a period of 12 months.
Inside you will find over 20 physical and online improvement tools for doctors, nurses, AHPs and patients.
Our implementation manual includes ten core improvement opportunities including ‘step-by-step’ case examples. Other key components include patient self management resources, cultural change content, checklists and pathways, and online learning modules.
In primary care our Audit+ module for GP record systems provides a baseline measure of your current care along with a dashboard showing real-time quality improvement and cost-saving.
We understand that simply giving clinicians and organisations the tools they need is insufficient to improve outcomes. Our approach is to ensure they continue to remain engaged via a collaborative online community, webinars and an allocated improvement mentor from our faculty of experts.
For more information, please contact:
Dr Ashley McKimm
Head of Quality, BMJ Group
Phone: +44 (0)20 7383 6470