- Excellence in Oncology
- QiC Connect
- Therapy Areas
Quality in Care (QiC) is a programme launched in 2011. Its aims are to:
• Support healthcare providers in a practical way, to improve standards of care
• Identify and showcase existing initiatives which are directly or indirectly improving care
• Disseminate these more widely in order to create positive change at a local level.
It is a programme involving Healthcare Professionals, Charities, and Industry, working together for the benefit of patients.
Quality in Care is a PMGroup initiative. PMGroup is a business to business publisher in the pharmaceutical sector with extensive experience in managing and delivering complex multi-channel recognition and communication programmes. Its flagship publication is Pharmaceutical Market Europe, and it has a global presence online at www.pmlive.com.
QiC Diabetes was launched successfully in 2011, with the support of NHS Diabetes, Diabetes UK (the leading diabetes charity), and Sanofi, and is now entering its third year. This is an example of an exclusive programme with one leading company involved.
QiC Excellence in Oncology is an example of a multi-company initiative, and was launched in March 2012 at the national meeting of the UK cancer networks, with the support of the NHS National Cancer Action Team, cancer charities and industry. The programme has been co-funded by the National Cancer Action Team and a number of leading Pharmaceutical companies with an interest in Oncology, including Pfizer, BMS, Novartis, Celgene, Central Homecare, Eisai, GSK and Roche.
QiC Connect is the place to find tried and tested practical ideas and advice on improving patient care in the UK. The case studies and resources detail work implemented by health providers and recognised by the Quality in Care programme.
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