Posts Tagged ‘Performance data’

Surgeons want rethink on publishing death rates

Cardiothoracic surgeons, who as a specialty have promoted greater performance transparency, are having second thoughts over publishing patient death rates....

New comparison site for NHS and care providers

A new comparison website tool has been published that allows health and social care organisations to see how their services compare with those of others. ...

Making public reporting of outcome data work

When the National Vascular Registry’s 2013 report on surgical outcomes and consultant-level statistics was published in June of last year, it was widely ...

Data accuracy questioned on medic performance

Concerns have been raised about the quality of data that will be used to scrutinise the performance of physicians from next year. The Royal College o...

Medic performance data published next year

The spotlight on the performance of consultants is to be extended to the work of physicians from next year, NHS England has announced. This follows public...

Doubts voiced over hospital ratings system

Hospitals will be given a rating by the Care Quality Commission before the end of 2015. Documents released for consultation this week detail plans for th...

“Say yes to performance data publication”

Surgeons who resist the publication of their performance data should be named and shamed, the health secretary has said. Jeremy Hunt said there was no val...

Publication of performance data must not mislead

Performance data for all of University Hospital of South Manchester Trust’s consultants will be put online by December. The data, which will show consul...