NHS Information Centre – Indicator Portal

Posted on March 28, 2012. Filed under: Clin Governance / Risk Mgmt / Quality | Tags: , , , |

NHS Information Centre – Indicator Portal

“This website gathers together a number of health and social care indicators. Currently these include:

Compendium of Population Health Indicators
A wide-ranging collection of over 1,000 indicators designed to provide a comprehensive overview of population health at a national, regional and local level. These indicators were previously available on the Clinical and Health Outcomes Knowledge Base website (also known as NCHOD).

GP Practice data
This is a collection of practice level data and is designed to improve healthcare and support patients in making better, informed choices about the practice they choose to register with.

Local Basket of Inequalities Indicators (LBOI)
This collection of 60 indicators helps organisations to measure health and other factors which influence health inequalities such as unemployment, poverty, crime and education. These indicators were previously available on the London Health Observatory website.

NHS Outcomes Framework
The NHS Outcomes Framework indicators will be used by the Secretary of State to hold the NHS Commissioning Board to account.

Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator (SHMI)
SHMI is the new hospital-level indicator which uses standard and transparent methodology for reporting mortality at hospital trust level across the NHS in England.”

Media release – New information to help improve patient outcomes 

“New information that will help put the NHS on the side of patients and improve results for patients has been published today.

As part of the Government’s drive to improve results for patients, new detailed information on 20 of the 30 NHS Outcomes Framework indicators, which measure the care patients receive, has been published by the NHS Information Centre.”

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