How is the NHS performing? June 2017: Quarterly Monitoring Report

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Part of Quarterly monitoring report (QMR)

The King’s Fund published its first quarterly monitoring report in April 2011 as part of its work to track, analyse and comment on the changes and challenges the health and care system is facing. This is the 23rd report and aims to take stock of what has happened over the past quarter and to assess the state of the health and care system. It provides an update on how the NHS is coping as it continues to grapple with productivity and reform challenges under continued financial pressure.

The quarterly monitoring report combines publicly available data on selected NHS performance measures with views from NHS finance directors and clinical commissioning group (CCG) finance leads. The report now also includes views from general practitioners and practice managers, and unpublished activity data.

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Wael Arab

Comment date
07 June 2017
As long as the NHS ignores complaints and criticism that need less time to put right than the time needed to ignore them and/or to cover them up, no improvement will ever be reached. Lack of accountability and refusal to engage with the public is what is wrong.

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