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QualityWatch indicator review: your views needed

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Independent scrutiny into how the quality of health & social care is changing over time
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Please help us with our indicator review

We are carrying out a review of our 300+ quality indicators and we would like to hear your views on it. 

As we mark our fifth year of QualityWatch, our aim is to focus analysis and insight on a smaller number of indicators, while retaining a comprehensive range of topics. We plan to update topics and measures to reflect new policy initiatives and emerging quality issues, and to retire measures which are no longer sensitive to change.

Alongside updates to the indicators, we will produce briefings and blogs to highlight trends and new findings, as well as revisiting persistent areas of concern, or areas of improvement.

We would like to hear your thoughts, comments and advice on changes we could make. Please let us know if you have views on:

  • Indicators which should be retired
  • Suggestions for new topics or individual measures
  • Requests for analysis we should extend or update

To take part, please email us or respond in the comments under this blog on the QualityWatch website. 

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