Tag Archives: Mortality Outlier Hospitals

Chief Inspector of Hospitals Announces Inspection Plans (CQC)

Summary The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is overhauling how it inspects hospitals following the Keogh Review. Professor Sir Mike Richards, Chief Inspector of Hospitals, has decided the revised hospital inspection plans will commence in August 2013. The inspection methodology behind … Continue reading

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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. … Continue reading

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NHS Failings Suppressed for “Political” Reasons? (BBC News / Department of Health)

Summary A report (NHS England‘s Keogh review), ordered by the government after the publication of the Francis Inquiry into Stafford Hospital, indicates that 14 NHS trusts – with higher-than-expected mortality rates over recent years – may have contributed to 13,000 excess deaths compared with the national average in 2005-10. Professor Sir … Continue reading

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Keogh Review Visits for Lowest Performing 14 “Mortality Outlier” Hospitals (NHS England)

Summary Experienced teams of doctors, nurses and patient representatives are to visit 14 hospital trusts where mortality ratios have shown higher-than-expected rates for the past two years. as part of NHS England‘s Keogh review.  “…intelligence held by different organisations across the NHS … Continue reading

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