In a recent update, NICE have published new cost saving guidance on their website: https://www.nice.org.uk/about/what-we-do/into-practice/cost-saving-guidance. In this publication the estimated savings per £100,000 are given for the Moor Burn imaging system. In brief, NICE report:
“Cost saving guidance
In recognition of the challenging financial situation faced by the health and social care system, we have reviewed our national cost estimates. The list below summarises where we consider savings to be possible. The national estimated saving could run to millions, however, this is across a variety of settings and in some cases may free up resources and capacity that can be used for other services, rather than delivering cash savings. For example, reductions in admissions need to reach a critical mass before it is possible to reduce inpatient facilities; although any additional capacity will help deal with increasing demand without having to deploy additional resources. This would represent an improvement in productivity……”
|Guidance Number||Short title||Why does this guidance save money?||Estimated saving per 100,000 (£)||Impact level|
|MTG2||MoorLDI2 Burns Imager a laser Doppler blood flow imager for the assessment of burn wounds||Savings are expected to be made due to better diagnosis of burn wound depth and healing potential, and therefore better decisions made regarding those cases which require skin grafting.||-12,296||Low|
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