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HSE Performance Reports – Health and Wellbeing and Governance

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HSE - Planning, Performance and Business Information Unit

Subject Keywords: Health, wellbeing, child health development screening, tobacco control, food safety, health inequalities, Immunisation and vaccines, healthcare associated infections
Catalogue: Data
Primary Data Sources
Type: Data
Region: Republic of Ireland
Description:

The Planning, Performance and Business Information Unit collates the HSE’s Performance Reports (PR), which provide an overall analysis of key performance data from Finance, HR, Hospital and Primary and Community Services. The activity data reported is based on Performance Activity and Key Performance Indicators outlined in the National Service Plan 2013 and the HSE Operational Plan 2013.

The performance report is used by the Performance Monitoring and Control committee (PMCC), the Director General to monitor performance against planned activity, as outlined in the National Service Plan, and to highlight areas for improvement. A Management Data Report is also produced each month which provides more detailed data on the metrics covered in the Performance Report.

The HSE have agreed a number of metrics/indicators for Health and Wellbeing and Governance. The full list of these metrics/indicators can be found on the HSE website: http://www.hse.ie/eng/services/Publications/corporate/performancereports....

Items such as child health development screening, tobacco control, food safety, health inequalities, Immunisation and vaccines and healthcare associated infections are included as indicators.

Examples of an indicator include:

- rate of MRSA bloodstream infections in acute hospitals per 1,000 bed days used;

- percentage of children at 12 months of age who have received two doses of the Meningococcal group C vaccine (Men C2).

Date:

01/01/2013

Rights: © HSE
Suggested citation:

HSE - Planning, Performance and Business Information Unit. (2013) HSE Performance Reports – Health and Wellbeing and Governance [Online]. Available from: http://publichealthwell.ie/node/751510 [Accessed: 24th August 2019].

  

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