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Indicators developed internally
Our Clinical indicators team develop, test, produce and then publish a range of indicators, separated into the following groups.
Clinical Commissioning Group Outcomes Indicator Set (CCGOIS)
The CCG Outcomes Indicator Set (CCG OIS) is an important part of NHS England's systematic approach to quality improvement.
Compendium of Population Health Indicators
A wide-ranging collection of over 600 indicators including Mortality and Hospital care indicators that have been designed to provide a comprehensive overview of population health at a national, regional and local level. Find out more about the Compendium of Population Health Indicators or view the Mortality publications or Emergency Readmissions publications.
NHS Outcomes Framework
Provides national level accountability for the outcomes the NHS delivers.
The NHS website is taking an active role in making data available to the public and those interested in improving the NHS. Relevant data sets are made available for further use and analysis once they have been published on the site.
Are experimental statistics which provide information on how we can effectively measure both improvement and variation in care provision across the week.
Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator (SHMI)
Reports on mortality at trust level across the NHS in England using a standard and transparent methodology. It is produced and published quarterly as a National Statistic by NHS Digital.
Learn more about the Clinical Indicators This document contains the indicator code (I-code) and production code (P-code) for each indicator, where applicable. P-codes can be copied from this document and pasted into the website search bar in order to quickly navigate to data files of interest.