Keogh’s Review into Care and Treatment at Fourteen Hospital Trusts in England (Department of Health / BBC News)

Summary

It can have escaped no-one’s attention (in England) that the much-publicised (and much “spun”) Keogh Review has been published. Eleven hospital trusts have been placed into special measures to ensure improvements in patient care because of major failings.

Read more: BBC News. Hospital trusts rapped over major failures.

Reference

Triggle, N. (2013). Hospital trusts rapped over major failures. London: BBC Health News, July 16th 2013.

See also:

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Reference

Hospital by hospital breakdown. London: BBC Health News, July 16th 2013.

This relates to:

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Reference

Review into the quality of care and treatment provided by 14 hospital trusts in England: overview report. London: Department of Health, July 16th 2013.

“Understanding the causes of high mortality… is more likely to be found in the combination of problems that to a differing extent are experienced by all hospitals in the NHS: busy A&E departments and wards, the treatment of the elderly in and out of hospital, and the need to recruit and retain excellent staff. Such issues are complex and require a ‘whole system’ approach to deal with them. This is why it has been so important that this review has involved all the key players the NHS system”. (p.17)

See also:

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Reference

The Keogh Mortality Review: Information and intelligence packs. London: NHS Choices, July 16th 2013.

[A version of this item features in Dementia: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWNHST), Volume 3 Issue 8, July 2013].

Statistics possibly of interest:

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Reference

Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator (SHMI): Deaths associated with hospitalisation, England, January 2012 – December 2012, Experimental statistics. London: Health and Social Care Information Centre, July 24th 2013.

Leadership and Management

An update on the 14 hospital trusts placed in special measures:

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Reference

Triggle, N. (2014). Ex-M&S boss to advise NHS managers. London: BBC Health News, February 14th 2014.

Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust: Turnaround

One year later, Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been given a good rating by the Care Quality Commission. It was buddied with the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, and shared learning may have been pivotal.

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Reference

Triggle, N. (2014). The secret to transforming a failing hospital. London: BBC Health News, July 28th 2014.

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