The National Heart Failure Audit monitors the care and treatment of patients admitted to hospital with heart failure.
The audit reports on how heart failure patients are treated, whether they are managed in line with recommended
guidelines, and their eventual outcomes. The publication of this data is the first step towards hospitals examining
and improving their treatment of heart failure.
This year, for the first time, the audit has a version that is specifically aimed
at heart failure patients and the general public.
The report can be found and downloaded here
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