The NHS Outcomes Framework 2014-15 (Department of Health)

Summary

The NHS Outcomes Framework 2014 to 2015 presents the outcomes, and the corresponding indicators, which are to be used for holding NHS England to account regarding improvements in health outcomes. The updated NHS Outcomes Framework includes a report on progress to date and information on the development of the indicators.

“This version builds on the previous versions and contains measures to help the health and care system focus on measuring outcomes. It provides an update on the progress that has been made to develop existing indicators and describes how the NHS Outcomes Framework works in the wider health and care system”.

Read more: NHS Outcomes Framework 2014 to 2015. (Department of Health).

Reference 

NHS Outcomes Framework 2014 to 2015. London: Department of Health, November 12th 2013.

The dementia indicator 2.6.ii has still to be developed:

“Indicator 2.6.ii: A measure of the effectiveness of post-diagnosis care in sustaining independence and improving quality of life for people with dementia”. (p.10)

The Department of Health has commissioned the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine to investigate development of a Patient-Reported Outcome Measure for dementia, including if necessary a measure for completion by persons other than the patient.

There are four annexes:

  1. Annex A: Timeliness of data for assessment of NHS Outcomes Framework 2013/14.
  2. Annex B: NHS Outcomes Framework: At a Glance.
  3. Annex C: Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework: At a Glance.
  4. Annex D: Public Health Outcomes Framework: At a Glance.

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Reference

The NHS Outcomes Framework 2014/15. London: Department of Health, November 11th 2013.

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Reference

The NHS Outcomes Framework 2014/15: At a Glance. London: Department of Health, November 11th 2013.

Full Text Link

Reference

The NHS Outcomes Framework 2014/15 Technical Appendix. London: Department of Health, November 11th 2013.

About Dementia and Elderly Care News

Dementia and Elderly Care News. Wolverhampton Medical Institute: WMI. (jh)
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