NICE support for commissioning - Lower urinary tract symptoms
- Support for commissioning for Lower urinary tract symptoms
- Commissioning and budgeting tool: Lower urinary tract symptoms
This Support for Commissioning encourages commissioners to work with clinicians and managers to commission high-quality evidence-based care for men with lower urinary tract symptoms.
Making commissioning decisions based on NICE standards and guidance and other NICE accredited evidence can help commissioners use their resources effectively to improve the quality of care for men with lower urinary tract symptoms.
Commissioning services for men with lower urinary tract symptoms in line with NICE guidance and standards should support commissioners to improve health outcomes in line with the clinical commissioning group outcome indicator set and other national outcomes frameworks.
This support for commissioning should be used in conjunction with the following NICE guidance and quality standards:
- NICE quality standard 45 on Lower urinary tract symptoms (2013)
- NICE clinical guideline CG97. The management of lower urinary tract symptoms in men (2009)
Date of publication: September 2013
This page was last updated: 25 September 2013