The NHS Outcomes Framework 2015/16 (Department of Health)

Summary

The updated Department of Health NHS outcomes framework specifies outcomes and the corresponding indicators to be used for holding NHS England to account regarding improvements in health outcomes.

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NHS Outcomes Framework 2015 to 2016. London: Department of Health, December 11th 2014.

This relates to:

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The NHS Outcomes Framework 2015/16. London: NHS Group / Department of Health, December 5th 2014.

An “at a glance” summary:

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NHS Outcomes Framework 2015 to 16 at a glance. London: Department of Health, December 2nd 2014.

A technical appendix, replete with details:

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NHS Outcomes Framework 2015 to 16: Technical Appendix. London: NHS Group / Department of Health, December 5th 2014.

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