CMP Annual Quality Report 2016/17

Online now at

We are pleased to inform you that the Case Mix Programme (CMP) has now published the Annual Quality Report 2016/17 for adult critical care, covering data from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017 for participating NHS:

  • Adult general critical care units;
  • Cardiothoracic critical care units;
  • Neurocritcal care units; and
  • High dependency units.

Having been made available to Trust clinicians to review, the reports are now available to view on ICNARC’s public reporting website:

As ever, you can see how your critical care unit(s) compares with other participating units in the report.

We hope that you will take a moment to view this important report and as always, are keen to hear your feedback. 

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