CHKS


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CHKS

A private company in the UK which bills itself as “…the leading provider of healthcare intelligence and quality improvement services”.
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Jason Harries, managing director, CHKS said: "Every hospital is accountable to its patients, their families and carers as well as the local community to provide a safe environment.
The CHKS is an anonymous and confidential self-report survey on risky social, behavioral, and health behaviors and resiliency administered to students in grades 4 through 12.
The accolade is awarde S d to the 40 top-performing CHKS client trusts and is based on the evaluation of 23 indicators.
Graham Harries, chief executive of CHKS, said: Hospitals using our benchmarking tools are working to achieve targets in a very challenging environment.
The Healthy People 2010 goals acknowledge the toll of smoke exposure and specify at least two objectives related to children (USDHHS, 2000), yet none of the major health surveys the committee reviewed assessed exposure of children to environmental tobacco smoke (CDC, 2004; California Health Interview Survey, [CHIS], 2001, 2003; CHKS, 2005).
International health firm CHKS rated the performance of hospitals across the UK, based on mortality rates, waiting times and other factors.
Tenders are invited for CHKS Caretaking service in the SSAs Dewas Dhar Khandwa Khargone Ratlam Mandsour Shajapur and Jhabuwa under business Area BSNL Indore MP
For the seventh consecutive year, CHKS, the UK's leading independent provider of healthcare intelligence and quality improvement services, names Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust as one of the top 40 English NHS organisations.
Both the University Hospitals of North Tees and Hartlepool received accolades in the awards, run by hospital performance analysts CHKS.
For the 13th year running, Newcastle Hospitals has won the prestigious CHKS 40Top Hospitals Award - an achievement matched by only three other Trusts in the country.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board won the CHKS Top Hospitals programme data quality (Celtic) award 2013.
The accolade is awarded to the 40 top-performing CHKS client trusts and is based on the evaluation of 21 indicators of clinical effectiveness, health outcomes, efficiency, patient experience and quality of care.