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Domain 3 - Helping people to recover from episodes of ill health or following injury

Domain 3 - Helping people to recover from episodes of ill health or following injury

Links correct as of March 2019

PROMS; patient reported outcome measures

Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) are a means of collecting information on the effectiveness of care delivered to NHS patients as perceived by the patients themselves; reported at NHS Trust / independent sector provider and CCG level as scores for:   

· Hip replacement surgery

· Knee replacement surgery

Access the latest data.

Click through to the latest publication of provisional or final data, download the CSV data pack zip file and open the Provider and Commissioner data CSV file. Casemix-adjusted average health gains are shown in the 'Adjusted Average Health Gain' column. Alternatively the data can be found by using the interactive maps or by downloading the score comparison spreadsheet.

Patients readmitted to a hospital within 30 days of being discharged

The percentage of patients readmitted to any hospital in England within 30 days of being discharged from hospital after an emergency admission during the reporting period; aged:  

· 0 to 15; and

· 16 or over.

The percentage of patients readmitted to hospital within 30 days of being discharged can be found here, then download the excel document on this page, choose the relevant worksheet and select from the "Indicator value" column.  

There is an ongoing review by NHS Digital of emergency readmissions indicators across frameworks, and the Compendium of Population Health readmissions indicators have been updated and published in May 2019. As part of the update, certain elements of the existing specification have been updated to align with other frameworks (NHS Outcomes Indicator Set and CCG Outcomes Indicator Set), e.g. length of time to readmission will be 30 days and mental health admissions will not be excluded.

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Last edited: 8 May 2019 9:11 am