Measurement Matters

Measuring 30-day mortality following hospitalisation, Considering approaches for ongoing reporting in NSW

Released: 12 August 2015

This report explores a range of issues and options for the ongoing measurement and reporting of 30-day mortality in NSW. It builds on BHI’s 2013 Insights Series report 30-day mortality following hospitalisation, five clinical conditions, NSW, July 2009 – 2012 that described the development of a risk-standardised mortality ratio (RSMR) for five clinical conditions: acute myocardial infarction, ischaemic stroke, haemorrhagic stroke, pneumonia and hip fracture surgery.

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