|What does it show?|
SSNAP performance tables are colour-coded tables that show the levels of performance achieved by every team for each domain and overall.
These tables provide a summary of performance for named teams based on 10 domains of care. Both patient-centred (PC) domain scores (whereby scores are attributed to every team which treated the patient at any point in their care) and team-centred (TC) domain scores (whereby scores are attributed to the team considered to be most appropriate to assign the responsibility for the measure to) are calculated.
Each domain is given a performance level (level A to E) and a key indicator score is calculated based on the average of the 10 domain levels for both patient-centred and team centred domains.
These outputs are available for the following levels: national. Prior to April-June 2018, performance tables are available at a regional level.
|How can you use it?|
These colour coded performance tables give a concise, visual representation of SSNAP results at domain level.
The the overall performance section of the table consists of:
The results in this table should be read in combination with the SSNAP Summary Report which includes named team results for the 44 key indicators which comprise the 10 domains.
To be included in the SSNAP scoring, teams had to achieve a minimum case ascertainment requirement. Teams which did not meet this requirement (i.e. with insufficient records to be included in the named team results) are shown by an X. Some teams did not receive results due to them treating small number of patients during the time period. These teams are shown by ‘TFP’ (too few patients to report on).
Across the SSNAP domain results a consistent colour code is used to represent each team’s performance for specific domains and overall.
|Where can I find it?|
National performance tables are available here - Results > Clinical audit > National
Regional performance tables are available here - Results > Clinical audit > Regional (prior to AprJun18 only)
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