A secondary care phenomenon, Getting it Right First Time (GIRFT) could potentially save the NHS a lot of money.
Steve How, Programme Director and Oli Hudson, Content Director, Wilmington Healthcare
GIRFT could perhaps be better described as ‘best practice methodology’. It focuses on four key areas: technique, product, pathway and staffing and is designed to empower clinicians to make change, allowing decisions to be made based on evidence, rather than cost, across the pathway.
Steve and Oli explain how GIRFT should be considered a best practice methodology works and explores:
- What does GIRFT mean for industry?
- How will this impact procurement?
- How does GIRFT differ from RightCare?