In 1994 Wirral Hospital Trust became a site for the Patient Care Information System (PCIS). This involved the collection of data at ward level by health care professionals. The collected data was entered into a database - the PCIS. The system was designed so that it could answer complicated clinical questions. Another part of the database - the Executive Information System (EIS) contained comparative indicators at both regional and hospital level. As the data became more refined, clinicians were...

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14.2.2 Benchmark performance measures with noncompetitors
6.4.1 Improve process/service performance
14.1.1 Design & deploy performance measurement system

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