Provisional Monthly Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) in England - April 2013 to May 2013, October 2013 release
Patients undergoing elective inpatient surgery for four common elective procedures (hip and knee replacement, varicose vein surgery and groin hernia surgery) funded by the English NHS are asked to complete questionnaires before and after their operations to assess improvement in health as perceived by the patients themselves.
Extended analyses of the latest finalised data are published three times a year as 'special topics'. The latest Complications after surgery (link below) was published on 9th May 2013.
For the coverage period 1 April 2013 to 31 May 2013.
Due to the length of time before post-operative questionnaires are sent out, there is not yet sufficient data to calculate unadjusted scores.Participation and Coverage
- There were 40,659 PROMs-eligible procedures carried out in hospitals1 and 27,049 pre-operative questionnaires returned so far, a headline participation rate of 66.5 per cent (69.9 per cent for 2010-11)2.
- An 'eligible procedure' is counted for each episode in HES in the period in question which has been clinically coded with relevant hip, knee, varicose vein or groin hernia OPCS procedure codes which make it suitable for inclusion into PROMs. Note that some patients may have undergone more than one PROMs procedure in a single eligible episode, hence there will be more procedures than episodes: this is the case for 16 of the 40,659 procedures.
- Finalised figures for 2011-12 not available at the time of publication.
Related linksReturn to Find data
Can't find what you need? Please email our Contact Centre for assistance.
You can also Have Your Say about our statistical publications.
- Publications Calendar
- Supporting transparency and open data
- Data quality
- Statement of administrative sources
- Methodological changes
- International statistics
- Aligning statistics to the new health landscape
- Ordering printed materials
- Guide to Confidentiality in Health and Social Care
- Publication strategy
- Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework (ASCOF)
- Hospital Estates and Facilities Statistics
- Indicator Portal
- MHMDS Online
- National Adult Social Care Intelligence Service
- NHS Safety Thermometer
- All tools
Contact us via