National hip fracture database (NHFD) commissioners report 2015

Reports | Published: 10 Dec 2015

The National Hip Fracture Database (NHFD) commissioners’ report highlights today, that Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) in England should question the length of stay for rehabilitation beds they commission in community hospitals and care homes for hip fracture, and other conditions affecting older people because NHS information systems are not reliably recording this information.

They should also investigate the quality of care at the hospitals in their area.

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National hip fracture database (NHFD) commissioners report 2015