We analyse how the number of council-supported admissions of adults to residential and nursing care homes has changed over time.
What proportion of people with a mental illness, learning disability or long-term condition are employed?
We examine staff and patient experiences of violence in the NHS.
We look at suicides by people who had been in contact with mental health services.
We look at whether adult social care services are helping service users feel safe.
We analyse changes in annual counts of healthcare-associated infections including MRSA, C. difficile and E. coli.
This indicator uses survey data to explore whether patients are told about medication side effects to watch for.
We examine rates of full-term babies being admitted to neonatal units and unplanned maternal readmissions.
This analysis explores the percentage of hip fractures that were the result of an inpatient fall, and how prompt hip fracture surgery is.
We look at the proportion of adults with a learning disability who live in their own home or with their family.