Medworxx Clinical Utilisation Review to improved care at the Royal Liverpool Hospital Video

NHS Alliance Reports: Natasha Kaplinsky reports on the contribution of Medworxx Clinical Utilisation Review to improved care at the Royal Liverpool Hospital NHS Trust


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The Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals (NHS Trust) is one of the largest and busiest hospital trusts in the North of England, with an annual budget of over £400 million, 750 beds, 5,600 directly contracted staff and over 650 staff in hosted/contracted services.

The Trust consists of three facilities: the Royal Liverpool University Hospital, which focuses on acute care and electives for more-complex patients with co-morbidities; the Broadgreen Hospital, a diagnostic and treatment centre providing outpatient care and routine elective procedures; and the outpatient Liverpool University Dental Hospital.

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In addition to general hospital services for the local population, the Trust provides a range of specialist services to 1.5 million people in the Tees Valley and surrounding region, with particular expertise in heart disease, neurosciences, children’s services, renal medicine, cancer services and spinal injuries.