NHS Outcomes Framework indicators, England

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The NHS Outcomes Framework indicators form part of the NHS Outcomes Framework, which will:

1.provide national level accountability for the outcomes the NHS delivers

2.drive transparency, quality improvement and outcome measurement throughout the NHS.

Key Facts: ■New age-standardised mortality indicators for respiratory disease and liver disease are published for the first time. ■The two indicators show that for England in 2009, on an age-standardised basis among people aged below 75: 1.About 20 women and 29 men per 100,000 of the population died from respiratory disease; compared to about 22 and 33 per 100,000 respectively in 2001. 2.About 10 women and 19 men per 100,000 of the population died from liver disease; compared to about 9 women and 16 men in 2001.

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NHS Outcomes Framework indicators - Autumn 2011 release, England

Additional Information

Added to data.gov.uk 30/12/2011
Theme Health
Secondary Theme(s) Government Spending
Geographic coverage England
Mandate No value
Temporal coverage No value
Date added computed No value
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