PHIN delays publication of consultant performance measures

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PHIN delays publication of consultant performance measures

The Private Hospital Information Network (PHIN)'s publication of new performance measures in April 2017 will focus on hospitals, with consultant-level performance measures to follow in 2018.

The information network has said that data quality issues remain and it has delayed publishing consultant performance until the data is more suitably robust. Many private hospitals, including all of the larger national groups and a number of NHS private patient units, have begun submitting data to PHIN in line with the requirements of the Competition and Markets Authority's (CMA) Private Healthcare Market Investigation Order 2014.  PHIN will begin publishing hospital-level performance m...

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