Internal Reference Number: FOI_5098
Date Request Received: 12/06/2019 13:06:54
Date Request Replied To: 14/06/2019 15:37:35
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Request Summary: End of life care plans
Request Category: Media
|Question Number 1:|
The percentage of patients who have died on the Trust's end-of-life care plan against the Trust's target for the number of patients who should die on this plan over the last three years, divided by the year.
- e.g. Between 1 January 2016 and 31 December 2016, 43 per cent of patients died on the plan against a target of 35 per cent.
- Note: If no such target exists, please make this clear.
|Answer To Question 1:|
Over the last three years the Trust has not had a target for how many people should die with an individualised personalised EOLC care plan in place
Over the last three years the Trust has not routinely measured how many patients have died with an individualised personalised EOL care plan in place.
|Question Number 2:|
The amount received by the Trust, via the Commissioning for Quality and Innovation (CQUIN) system or similar, for hitting targets related to its end-of-life care plan for the last three years, divided by the year.
- e.g. Between 1 January 2016 and 31 December 2016, the Trust received £X via CQUIN for achieving goals involving its ICP.
- Note: If no such payments were made, please make this clear.
|Answer To Question 2:|
Over the last three years, the Trust has not received any payments for hitting targets related to use of its individualised personalised end of life care plan
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