What does it show?
This report displays the changes over time of SSNAP Key Indicators between 2013 and 2017.
This is a concise report which covers the 44 SSNAP Key Indicators at a national level for each annual reporting period from April – March 2013 to April – March 2017, providing easy and direct comparison year-on-year based on stroke patients admitted to and/or discharged from hospital between April 2013 – March 2017.
How can you use it?
This report contains a new set of annual data, which for the first time can be compared against three previous years of data. A huge amount of stroke data can now be compared between the years 2013/14, 2014/15, 2015/16 and 2016/17 (all April – March).
SSNAP scoring consists of 44 key indicators; these are grouped into 10 domains which are scored AE.
Each domain has been carefully constructed using a combination of selected key indicators to provide a balanced measure of performance in this area of care. The performance of the team in each key indicator is combined into a Domain score. Domains are graded are graded from A to E, with A being the very best standard of care.
Where can I find it?
Changes over Time: 4 years of data April 2013 – March 2017 is available here - www.strokeaudit.org> Home>Annual Report> 4 years changes over time summary report
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