Trusts dodge scrutiny by omitting vital quality measures

Trusts dodge scrutiny by omitting vital measures

Quality accounts were supposed to be an important tool to inform patients. But as the first are published, many have gaping holes on safety, experience and outcomes. Dave West reports

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