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Compendium - Hospital care indicators
The Compendium hospital care set covers the following publications:
- Deaths within 30 days,
- Emergency admissions,
- Returning to usual place of residence,
- Hospital procedures,
- Emergency hospital admissions and timely surgery,
- Hospital episodes (admissions).
Please see the individual publications for information on each set.
All legacy P codes are included in the key search terms and so can be used to find the associated indicator, unless the indicator is now a signpost to more relevant information held elsewhere. Signposted indicators will be listed under their relevant series with their legacy P code included.
These mortality indicators provide information to help the National Health Service (NHS) monitor success in preventing potentially avoidable deaths following hospital treatment. The National Confidential Enquiry into Patients Outcomes and Death (NCEPOD) have, over many years, consistently shown that...
The purpose of these indicators is to help the NHS monitor emergency admissions. In 2014, NHS England set a target to reduce total emergency admissions by 3.5%, ‘as a clear indicator of the effectiveness of local health and care services in working better together to support people’s health and independence...
The purpose of the indicator is to help monitor National Health Service (NHS) success in prevention and treatment of fractured proximal femur.
The purpose of this indicator set is to help the National Health Service (NHS) monitor admissions for serious accidental injuries.
The purpose of this indicator set is to help monitor National Health Service (NHS) success in the treatment of specified conditions.
In the absence of routine data on patient levels of function and well-being, a return to usual residence following hospital treatment may act as a proxy for successful outcome of rehabilitation. The category of accommodation as coded in Hospital Episode Statistics (HES) data is used as a proxy for place...