Using NICE guidance to help you cut costs

Cost saving

Against the backdrop of monumental efficiency challenges facing health and social care, NICE has a key role to play in increasing quality. From identifying specific recommendations that can save money, to reconfiguration advice to support disinvestment from ineffective services, we can help organisations meet the twin challenges of providing high quality care while also saving money and resources.

QIPP - a collection of real examples of how health and social care staff are improving quality and productivity.

    • Using resources efficiently

    • Following NICE guidance helps organisations deliver quality care for patients and service users and shows service providers how to best spend limited resources. We have produced a list of guidance which we consider deliver savings.

    • Find out more
    • Reducing inefficiency

    • NICE 'do not do' recommendations can help reduce inefficiency.

      The NICE 'do not do' recommendations database contains all the 'do not do' recommendations that have been made since 2007.

    • Search the database
    • Planning service delivery

    • NICE commissioning guides offer support on cost-effective commissioning and service configuration. Our costing tools and forward planner help estimate the local cost of implementing guidance.

    • Commissioning guides
    • Costing tools
    • Forward planner
    • Spending to save - public health

    • Promoting good health and preventing ill health saves money. All of NICE's public health guidance has proven to be cost-effective.

    • Public health guidance

Accessibility | Cymraeg | Freedom of information | Vision Impaired | Contact Us | Glossary | Data protection | Copyright | Disclaimer | Terms and conditions

Copyright 2014 National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. All rights reserved.

Selected, reliable information for health and social care in one place

Accessibility | Cymraeg | Freedom of information | Vision Impaired | Contact Us | Glossary | Data protection | Copyright | Disclaimer | Terms and conditions

Copyright 2014 National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. All rights reserved.

Accessibility | Cymraeg | Freedom of information | Vision Impaired | Contact Us | Glossary | Data protection | Copyright | Disclaimer | Terms and conditions

Copyright 2014 National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. All rights reserved.