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    National Diabetes Audit, 2016-17

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    graham64
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    National Diabetes Audit, 2016-17

    Post by graham64 on Mon Apr 02 2018, 22:22


    [url=https://www.hqip.org.uk/public/cms/253/625/19/1082/National Diabetes Audit 2016-17 Report 1, Care Processes and Treatment]https://www.hqip.org.uk/public/cms/253/625/19/1082/National%20Diabetes%20Audit%202016-17%20Report%201,%20Care%20Processes%20and%20Treatment%20T....pdf?realName=H1pVxo.pdf&v=0[/url]

    Not much has changed and a target of 58 (7.5) which is way to high anyway should be easily achievable


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    Re: National Diabetes Audit, 2016-17

    Post by chris c on Wed Apr 04 2018, 17:28

    Yes they obviously removed the "under 6.5%" category because it was making them look helpless.

    Would be interesting to see how much the cost of achieving these rubbish results has increased over the years.

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