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The indicators aim to provide clear, comparative information for Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) and Health and Wellbeing Boards (HWBs) about the quality of health services commissioned by CCGs and, as far as possible, the associated health outc...
Provisional Monthly Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) in England – April 2014, September 2014 releasePatients 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 oper...
Provisional Monthly Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) in England – April 2013 to March 2014, September 2014 releasePatients 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 oper...
The NHS Safety Thermometer is a local improvement tool for measuring, monitoring, and analysing patient harms and 'harm free' care. This is the report published monthly.
The NHS Safety Thermometer is a local improvement tool for measuring, monitoring and analysing patient harms and 'harm free' care. To use the Tool: you must have Microsoft Excel 2007 or later and you must save the tool to your computer. To ...
This is the latest monthly (May 2014) statistical publication in relation to the linked HES (Hospital Episode Statistics) and MHMDS (Mental Health Minimum Data Set) data. The two data sets have been linked using specific patient identifiers col...
The NHS complaints procedure is the statutorily based mechanism for dealing with complaints about NHS care and treatment and all NHS organisations in England are required to operate the procedure. This annual collection is a count of written compla...
These are the results from the 2014 Patient-Led Assessments of the Care Environment (PLACE) programme which replaced the former Patient Environment Action Team (PEAT) programme from April 2013. These self-assessments are undertaken by teams of NHS an...
The NHS Outcomes Framework indicators form part of the NHS Outcomes Framework. These indicators have been designed to provide national-level accountability for the outcomes the NHS delivers and drive transparency, quality improvement and outcome meas...
Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) in England - 2010-11, Special topic, Oxford Hip Score and Oxford Knee ScoreAbout the data This special topic is based on 2010-11 finalised data, which includes eligible HES episodes with an episode start date between 1 April 2010 and 31 March 2011 and pre-operative questionnaires with a completion date between 1 April 201...
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