How do explicitly stated hospital trust values relate to their CQC ratings?

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How do explicitly stated hospital trust values relate to their CQC ratings? / Hamnett, Nathan; Patel, Naomi; Nelson, Kathryn; Harrison, Tom; White, Nicolas.

In: BMJ Leader, Vol. 2, 26.03.2018, p. 68-70.

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Hamnett, Nathan ; Patel, Naomi ; Nelson, Kathryn ; Harrison, Tom ; White, Nicolas. / How do explicitly stated hospital trust values relate to their CQC ratings?. In: BMJ Leader. 2018 ; Vol. 2. pp. 68-70.

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title = "How do explicitly stated hospital trust values relate to their CQC ratings?",
abstract = "IntroductionFor NHS Trusts in the process of setting internal organizational values, it would be useful to see if there was a correlation between certain organisational values and CQC ratings.MethodsTo achieve this we identified the CQC ratings of the NHS England provider trusts; identified and listed the trust{\textquoteright}s values. These values were then catergorised and a comparison made of well performing and underperforming trusts.ResultsA total of 43 different values were identified, with a total number of values being used across all 188 trusts of 800. In the reviewed hospitals a broad range of values were found with some not meeting common definitions of what a value is. All trusts included some aspect of behavior in their values.ConclusionWell performing hospitals are more likely to be open and honest with aspirational values whereas those which are not are more likely to be focused on day to day service delivery with operational or proscriptive values. There was considerable variation from the published NHS constitution values with outstanding and good trusts having more variance from the values in the NHS constitution than trusts rated requiring improvement or inadequate.",
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