Cardiac Rhythm Management – 2020 summary report

Reports | Published: 10 Dec 2020

This National Audit of Cardiac Rhythm Management (NACRM) report details activity in cardiac rhythm management (CRM) device and ablation procedures for England & Wales, and where possible Scotland and Northern Ireland, in 2018/19. Hospitals are measured against standards in the domains of safety, effectiveness, and outcomes.

This report describes activity and outcomes around three key quality improvement themes which run through the wider NCAP report. These are:

  • Safety – how can services be made safer?
  • Clinical effectiveness – are the best treatments being used and is care being delivered effectively?
  • Patient outcomes – what can we do to improve patient outcomes?

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Cardiac Rhythm Management – 2020 summary report