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CCGOIS 2015/16 indicators proposed

CCGOIS 2015/16 indicators proposed

4 August 2014

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New indicators for the clinical commissioning groups outcomes indicator set 2015/16 (CCGOIS) have been proposed by the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE). 
The proposed indicators will be included on the menu for deliberation by NHS England. 
The selection of the final indicators will be decided by NHS England in autumn 2014.
Additions to the CCGOIS could include: 
 – An indicator to support high quality rehabilitation for people admitted to hospital with coronary heart disease.

New indicators for the clinical commissioning groups outcomes indicator set 2015/16 (CCGOIS) have been proposed by the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE). 
The proposed indicators will be included on the menu for deliberation by NHS England. 
The selection of the final indicators will be decided by NHS England in autumn 2014.
Additions to the CCGOIS could include: 
 – An indicator to support high quality rehabilitation for people admitted to hospital with coronary heart disease.
 – A number of indicators to support antenatal and maternity care. 
 – A process-based indicator to support high quality care for people with a hip fracture.
Professor Gillian Leng, deputy chief executive and director of health and social care at NICE said: “These proposed indicators will encourage high quality commissioning of NHS services in England and lead to better care for patients. We know the indicators will work – each one has been subject to a public consultation and tested in GPs’ practices.”
Professor Danny Keenan, chair of the Advisory Committee for the CCCGOIS, said: “The independent CCG OIS Advisory Committee is made up of GPs, hospital doctors, patients and commissioners. They bring a broad range of expertise to indicator development. This ensures that the menu of indicators is workable, and can improve the quality of commissioning and patient care.  
"We’re delighted to recommend this robust set of indicators for potential inclusion in the 2015/16 indicator set. We hope they will help the CCGs to commission NHS services that will improve the quality of people’s lives.”
The Committee’s recommendations for the 2015/2016 menu of indicators are available on the NICE website.

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