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Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator (SHMI) - Deaths associated with hospitalisation, England, July 2011 - June 2012, Experimental statistics

This is the sixth publication of the Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator (SHMI).£ For this publication, the methodology used to calculate the contextual indicator "Deaths split by those occurring in hospital and those occurring outside hospital within 30 days of discharge" has been updated.£ Further details of this change can be found in the methodological changes document which can be accessed at the link provided below. A supplementary report on persistent outliers is now available with this publication.£ This is the first release of the report, with subsequent reports released annually along with the SHMI January publication going forwards.

Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator (SHMI) - Deaths associated with hospitalisation, England, July 2016 - June 2017

Published: 14 December 2017 - The Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator (SHMI) is the ratio between the actual number of patients who die following hospitalisation at the trust and the number that would be expected to die on the basis of average England figures, given the characteristics of the patients treated there.

Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator (SHMI) - Deaths associated with hospitalisation, England, January 2016 - December 2016

Published: 22 June 2017 - The Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator (SHMI) is the ratio between the actual number of patients who die following hospitalisation at the trust and the number that would be expected to die on the basis of average England figures, given the characteristics of the patients treated there.

Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator (SHMI) - Deaths associated with hospitalisation, England, April 2016 - March 2017

Published: 21 September 2017 - The Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator (SHMI) is the ratio between the actual number of patients who die following hospitalisation at the trust and the number that would be expected to die on the basis of average England figures, given the characteristics of the patients treated there.

Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator (SHMI) - Deaths associated with hospitalisation, England, October 2015 - September 2016

The Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator (SHMI) is the ratio between the actual number of patients who die following hospitalisation at the trust and the number that would be expected to die on the basis of average England figures, given the characteristics of the patients treated there.£ It covers all deaths reported of patients who were admitted to non-specialist acute trusts in England and either die while in hospital or within 30 days of discharge.£ This publication of the SHMI relates to discharges in the reporting period£October 2015 to£September 2016. To help users of the data understand the SHMI, trusts have been categorised into bandings indicating whether a trust's SHMI is 'higher than expected', 'as expected' or 'lower than expected'.£ For any given number of expected deaths, a range of observed deaths is considered to be 'as expected'.£ If the observed number of deaths falls outside of this range, the trust in question is considere

Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator (SHMI) - Deaths associated with hospitalisation, England, July 2015 - June 2016

The Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator (SHMI) is the ratio between the actual number of patients who die following hospitalisation at the trust and the number that would be expected to die on the basis of average England figures, given the characteristics of the patients treated there.£ It covers all deaths reported of patients who were admitted to non-specialist acute trusts in England and either die while in hospital or within 30 days of discharge.£ This publication of the SHMI relates to discharges in the reporting period£July 2015 to£June 2016. To help users of the data understand the SHMI, trusts have been categorised into bandings indicating whether a trust's SHMI is 'higher than expected', 'as expected' or 'lower than expected'. Further background information and supporting documents, including information on how to interpret the SHMI,£are available on the SHMI support and guidance page (link below). Please note that, following consultation

Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator (SHMI) - Deaths associated with hospitalisation, England, April 2015 - March 2016

The Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator (SHMI) is the ratio between the actual number of patients who die following hospitalisation at the trust and the number that would be expected to die on the basis of average England figures, given the characteristics of the patients treated there.£ It covers all deaths reported of patients who were admitted to non-specialist acute trusts in England and either die while in hospital or within 30 days of discharge.£ This publication of the SHMI relates to discharges in the reporting period£April 2015 to£March 2016. To help users of the data understand the SHMI, trusts have been categorised into bandings indicating whether a trust's SHMI is 'higher than expected', 'as expected' or 'lower than expected'. Further background information and supporting documents, including information on how to interpret the SHMI,£are available on the SHMI support and guidance page (link below).

Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator (SHMI) - Deaths associated with hospitalisation, England, January 2015 - December 2015

The Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator (SHMI) is the ratio between the actual number of patients who die following hospitalisation at the trust and the number that would be expected to die on the basis of average England figures, given the characteristics of the patients treated there.£ It covers all deaths reported of patients who were admitted to non-specialist acute trusts in England and either die while in hospital or within 30 days of discharge.£ This publication of the SHMI relates to discharges in the reporting period£January 2015 to£December 2015. To help users of the data understand the SHMI, trusts have been categorised into bandings indicating whether a trust's SHMI is 'higher than expected', 'as expected' or 'lower than expected'. Further background information and supporting documents, including information on how to interpret the SHMI,£are available on the SHMI support and guidance page (link below).

Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator (SHMI) - Deaths associated with hospitalisation, England, October 2014 - September 2015

The Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator (SHMI) is the ratio between the actual number of patients who die following hospitalisation at the trust and the number that would be expected to die on the basis of average England figures, given the characteristics of the patients treated there.£ It covers all deaths reported of patients who were admitted to non-specialist acute trusts in England and either die while in hospital or within 30 days of discharge.£ This publication of the SHMI relates to discharges in the reporting period£October 2014 to£September 2015. To help users of the data understand the SHMI, trusts have been categorised into bandings indicating whether a trust's SHMI is 'higher than expected', 'as expected' or 'lower than expected'. Further background information and supporting documents, including information on how to interpret the SHMI,£are available on the SHMI support and guidance page (link below).

Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator (SHMI) - Deaths associated with hospitalisation, England, July 2014 - June 2015

The Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator (SHMI) is the ratio between the actual number of patients who die following hospitalisation at the trust and the number that would be expected to die on the basis of average England figures, given the characteristics of the patients treated there.£ It covers all deaths reported of patients who were admitted to non-specialist acute trusts in England and either die while in hospital or within 30 days of discharge.£ This publication of the SHMI relates to discharges in the reporting period£July 2014 to£June 2015. To help users of the data understand the SHMI, trusts have been categorised into bandings indicating whether a trust's SHMI is 'higher than expected', 'as expected' or 'lower than expected'. Further background information and supporting documents are available on the SHMI support and guidance page (link below).

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