Inherited Cardiac Conditions and Inherited Cardiac Conditions Service

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Dear NHS England,

Please send me the Protocols/Guidance/Information/Pathway/Gateway/services guidelines for
Inherited Cardiac Conditions and Inherited Cardiac Conditions Services/Clinics
including the Referral Guidelines,targets and Services standards
and including identifying an Inherited Cardiac Condition

Yours faithfully,

Linda saunders

CONTACTUS, England (NHS ENGLAND), NHS England

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FOI, England (NHS ENGLAND), NHS England

Dear Ms Saunders,   

 

Thank you for your communication dated 30 May 2018.

 

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FOI, England (NHS ENGLAND), NHS England

2 Atodiad

Dear Ms Saunders,

 

Re: Freedom of Information request (Our Ref: FOI-056508)

 

Thank you for your Freedom of Information (FOI) request dated 30 May 2018.

 

Your exact request was:

 

“Please send me the
Protocols/Guidance/Information/Pathway/Gateway/services guidelines for
Inherited Cardiac Conditions and Inherited Cardiac Conditions
Services/Clinics including the Referral Guidelines,targets and Services
standards and including identifying an Inherited Cardiac Condition”

 

NHS England holds information in relation to your request.

 

Information held by NHS England includes the inherited cardiac conditions
(ICC) service specification in the NHS Standard Contract, which includes
some quality standards. A copy is attached.

 

NHS England does not develop clinical guidelines, but the following
guidance is referenced in the service specification as being directly
relevant to ICC services:

 

·         The National Service Framework for Coronary Heart Disease,
Chapter Eight: Arrhythmias and Sudden Cardiac Death (2005) (Attached);

·         ‘Heart to Heart’; Inherited Cardiovascular Conditions: A Needs
Assessment and Service Review, The PHG Foundation (2009) ;

·         The National Service Framework for Children, Young People and
Maternity Services (2004)

·         ‘Transition: moving on well’ – Good practice guide. Department
of Health (2009) ;

·         ICC services should also follow the national guidance found
within the National Service Framework chapter for arrhythmias and sudden
cardiac death: implementation documents ii.;

·         The Association for Inherited Cardiac Conditions (AICC) is the
UK national professional body for those involved in ICC management. The
AICC developed guidance with support from the Department of Health and
Social Care and provides expert guidance and care pathways for ICC
management.

 

Further information related to your query may be held by the bodies named
above, whom you may wish to contact directly.

 

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Yours sincerely,

 

Freedom of Information

Corporate Communications Team

Transformation and Corporate Operations Directorate

 

NHS England

PO Box 16738

REDDITCH

B97 9PT

 

Tel: 0300 311 22 33

Email: [NHS England request email]

 

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