QSMs January – March 2022
The national quality and safety marker (QSM) report moved to a dashboard format in December 2020. We have created a guide to help people use and understand the QSM dashboard and its features, see the link below.
The national report is available in the dashboard shown below; the local report is available by clicking the link below (note, this page is password protected).
If you have any questions about the new format, please contact the health quality intelligence team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: due to a technical error, noted December 2022, outcome measure data for some districts and New Zealand overall was incorrect for 2020 and 2021. This error affects the outcome measures for the patient deterioration QSM. This error has now been resolved and the graphs have been updated in the QSM report July-September 2022. However, the graphs will not be updated in the reports below.
- Guide to using the quality and safety markers dashboard
- View the local report (password required). Username and password credentials have been provided to your organisation to allow you to view the report. The password reset feature does not work for these logins – please contact us at email@example.com to request the password for your organisation.
Note on change to reporting due to COVID-19
From 1 July 2020, the Commission resumed the requirement for district health boards (DHBs) to report on manually collected QSM measures.
These reports display data for all measures.
DHBs are expected to start collecting data for the consumer engagement QSM in December 2020 and provide an initial report in June 2021.