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it is the place you where expect the hisghest possible care but the damming report revealed ??? angency and hosital just have significent high death rate . it is pacifical named /// hospital trust. and universaty hospital birmiham the main both high death ratios and motality rates paints who has just has surgery.
   we welcome the report because it obversiously is another arm for patients to use in their decission about hospital care.it is obviously shows the hospital has been performing well over the past year .but it has alsohigh lighted the hospital has not improved the last year and that is a real concern to our patient. asocition.
    the report by the doctor foster said 62800 medical cases were reported in english hospital from apr.2009 to march this year.these injuries or illness paitent gains in hospital like a ?????? and serious blood ????.
it claimed 19 hospital how significently high ratios in 4 trust after surgery
it also says this widespared under reporting cases but general mortality are down.
i think it is important for patient to read this report don't be panic.
it is the quality care offer.take it easy.general fact the survey date we get from the patient.the angency has improved 98% which is ????? good.
some wonder that trust refuting report calling the figures are inaccurate.but hospital securetary.andrew says the gaid high with high death rate more than one would expect. add in new culture openess the tranparenty would transform patients. care.
report also said hospital unnecessarly giving poor care but believe trust should investigate.
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It is the place where you expect the highest possible care, but the damning report just revealed some NHS hospitals have significantly high death rates.
It’s specifically named Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals in NHS Trust and University Hospitals Birmingham in NHS Foundation Trust, claiming both have high death ratios and high mortality rates among patients who just had surgery.
“We welcome the report because it’s obviously it’s another arm for patients to use in their decisions about hhealthcares. It’s obviously it shows the hospitals have been performing well over the past year, but it also highlights the hospitals that have not improved over the last year and this is a real concern to us, the patients association.
The report by the Dr. Foster, Hospital Guide, found 62,800 adverse medical cases were reported in English hospitals from April 2009 to March this year.  
There’re injuries or illnesses patients gained once in hospital like the punctured lung or serious blood clot. It’s claimed 19 hospitals have significantly high death ratios and 4 Trusts have significantly high death rates after surgery.
And it also says that’s why it spreads under reporting of cases, but overall more mortality rates are down.
“I think it’s important for patients who read this report though panic and think the quality of care is awful though I think it isn’t. And in fact some of the survey data that we get from patients, the analogist gets approved rating is about 98% which is astonishing me good.”
Small wonder then the Trusts are refuting this latest report, calling the figures inaccurate. But Health Secretary Andrew says the Guide highlights high leavers of adverse medical events. The wide spread under reporting of incidents, too many hospitals with death rates higher than one would expect. Adding a new culture of openness and transparency will transform patient care.
That’s been welcomed by the report’s author. He says hospitals won’t necessarily giving poor care but believe Trusts should investigate.
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It is the place where you expect the highest possible care. But a damning report just revealed so many NHS hospitals have significantly high death rates. It’s specifically named East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust and University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, claiming both have high death rate shares and high mortality rates among the patients who've just had surgery.

"We welcomed the report because it's obviously. It's another arm for patients to use and their decisions about health care. It's, it obviously, it shows the hospitals that have been performing well over the past year. But it also highlights the hospitals that have not improved over the last year. And this is of real concern to us, the Patients Association.”


The report by Dr Foster Hospital guide found 62,800 adverse medical cases were reported in English hospitals from April, 2009 to March this year. There are injuries or illnesses that patients gained once in hospital, like punctured lung or serious blood clot. It's claimed 19 hospitals how significantly high death rate shares and 4 trusts have significant high death rates after surgery. It also says there's widespread under-reporting of cases, but overall mortality rates are down.

"I think it's important for patients who read this report don’t panic, and think the quality of care is awful though, they get uneasy. And in fact, some of the survey data that we get from patients, the avergage get improved rating is up to 98%, which is astonishingly good."

Small wondered then, the trust is refuting its latest report, calling the figures inaccurate. But Health Secretary Andrew Langley says the guide highlights high levels of “adverse medical events”, the widespread under-reporting of incidents and too many hospitals with death rates higher than one would expect, adding a new culture of openness and transparency will transform patient care. That’s been welcomed by the report's author who says hospitals are necessarily giving poor care, but believe trusts should investigate.
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It is the place where you expect the highest possible care. But a damning report's revealed some NHS hospitals just have significantly high death rates. It specifically named Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals and an NHS Trust, a University hospital Birmingham and an NHS foundation Trust, claiming both have high death ratios and high mortality rates amongst patients who’ve just had surgery.

We welcome the report because it’s obviously,it's another arm for patients to use in their decisions about health care. It's, it obviously shows the hospitals that has been performing well over the past year, but it also highlights the hospitals that have not improved over the last year and this is of real concern to us of the patients association.

The report by the Dr Foster Hospital Guide found 62,800 adverse medical cases were reported in English hospitals from April, 2009 to March this year. There're injuries or illnesses that patients gained once they're in hospital like a punctured lung or serious blood clot. It’s claimed 19hospitals have significantly high death ratios and 4 trusts have significantly high death rates  after surgery. It also says there’s widespread under-reporting of cases but overall mortality rates are down.

I think it's important for patients who read this report don't panic and think that the quality of care is awful because it isn't. And in fact some of the survey data that we get from patients. The agent(or action?) is get to approval rating up about to 98% which is astonishingly good.

Small wonder that the trusts are refuting this latest report, calling the figures inaccurate, but HealthSecretary Andrew Lansley says the guide hightlights high levels of adversemedical events, the widespread under-reporting of incidents and too many hospitals with death rates higher than one would expect, adding a new culture of openness and transparency will transform patient-care.

That has been welcomed by the reports author, he says hospitals aren’t necessarily giving poorcare but believe trusts should investigate.

Amy Lewis, SKY News.

Note:
NHS: A National Health Service trust which  provides services on behalf of the National Health Service (NHS) in England and NHS Wales. Pls refer to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NHS_trust for more detail.

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It is the place where you expect the highest possible care. But a damning report's revealed some NHS hospitals just have significantly high death rates. It specifically named Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals and an NHS Trust, a University hospital Birmingham and an NHS foundation Trust, claiming both have high death ratios and high mortality rates amongst patients who’ve just had surgery.

We welcome the report because it’s obviously,it's another arm for patients to use in their decisions about health care. It's, it obviously shows the hospitals that has been performing well over the past year, but it also highlights the hospitals that have not improved over the last year and this is of real concern to us of the patients association.

The report by the Dr Foster Hospital Guide found 62,800 adverse medical cases were reported in English hospitals from April, 2009 to March this year. There're injuries or illnesses that patients gained once they're in hospital like a punctured lung or serious blood clot. It’s claimed 19hospitals have significantly high death ratios and 4 trusts have significantly high death rates  after surgery. It also says there’s widespread under-reporting of cases but overall mortality rates are down.

I think it's important for patients who read this report don't panic and think that  the quality of care is awful because it isn't. And in fact some of the survey data that we get from patients. The agent(or action?) is gonna to approval rating up about to 98% which is astonishingly good.

Small wonder that the trusts are refuting this latest report, calling the figures inaccurate, but Health Secretary Andrew Lansley says the guide hightlights high levels of adverse medical events, the widespread under-reporting of incidents and too many hospitals with death rates higher than one would expect, adding a new culture of openness and transparency will transform patient-care.

That has been welcomed by the reports author, who says hospitals aren’t necessarily giving poorcare but believe trusts should investigate.

Amy Lewis, SKY News.
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That has been welcomed by the reports author, he says hospitals aren’t necessarily giving poorcare but believe trusts should investigate.
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It is the place where you expect the highest possible care. But a damning report just revealed so many NHS hospitals have significantly high death rates. It specifically named Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust and University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, claiming both have high death ratios and high mortality rates amongst the patients who've just had surgery.

"We welcomed the report because it's obviously, it's another arm for patients to use in their own decisions about health care. It's, it obviously, it shows the hospitals that have been performing well over the past year. But it also highlights the hospitals that have not improved over the last year. And this is of real concern to us at the Patients Association.

The report by Dr Foster Hospital Guide found 62,800 adverse medical cases were reported in English hospitals from April 2009 to March this year. There is injuries or illnesses that patients gain once in the hospital like a punctured lung or serious blood clot.

It's claimed 19 hospitals have significantly high death ratios and four trusts have significantly high death rates after surgery. It also says there's widespread underreporting of cases. But overall mortality rates are down.

I think it's important for patients who read this report don’t panic. It seemed that the quality care is awful lower. They get uneasy at that. And in fact, some of the survey data that we get from patients, the analogist get some proof the rating is up to 98%, which is astonishingly good."

Small wonder then, that the trusts’ refusing its latest report, calling the figures inaccurate. But Health Secretary Andrew Langley says “the guide highlights high levels about first medical events. The widespread underreporting of incidents and too many hospitals with death rates higher than one would expect,” adding “a new culture of openness and transparency will transform patient care.”

That’s been welcomed by the report's author who says hospitals aren’t necessarily giving poor care, but believes trusts should investigate.
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[Homework]2010-12-05 不可接受的高死亡率

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we welcome the report cuz obviously its another arm for patients to use in their decisions about health care.it obviously shows its been performing well over the past years,it also highlights the hospitals that have not improved over the last year.and it is a real concerns to us for the patient association.
the report by the doctor foster  hospital guide found 62,800 at first medical cases were reported in english hopital in april,2nd,2009 to march this year.there is ingury awareness in hospital like a punch lung and serious blood clot. its claimed 19 hospital have significantly high death ratios and 4 trusts have significantly high death rates after the surgery.it is also said widespead under reporting of cases but overall motality rates are down.
i think it is important for the patients to read the report.they think the care is awful and it isnt. in fact,some of the survey data we get from the patient,approve writing 98%, which is astonishing be good.
small wonder than the trust refusing the latest report,calling the figure is accurate,but health secutary a* says the guide highlight high levels about the first medical events, the widespead report on the reporting instance, too many hospital with death rate,higher than one would expect.adding new coach of openess and transparency would transform patient care,
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[Homework]2010-12-05 不可接受的高死亡率

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It is the place where you expect the highest possible care. But a damning report's revealed some NHS hospitals / have significantly high death rates. It specifically named Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals ,/an NHS Trust, and a University hospital Birmingham  ,/an NHS foundation Trust, claiming both have high death ratios and high mortality rates amongst patients who’ve just had surgery.

"We welcome the report because it’s obviously,it's another arm for patients to use in their decisions about health care. It's, it obviously shows the hospitals that have been performing well over the past year, but it also highlights the hospitals that have not improved over the last year and this is of real concern to us of the patients association."

The report by the Dr Foster Hospital Guide found 62,800 adverse medical cases were reported in English hospitals from April, 2009 to March this year. Those injuries or illnesses that patients gained once they're in hospital like a punctured lung or serious blood clot. It’s claimed 19 hospitals have significantly high death ratios and 4 trusts have significantly high death rates  after surgery. It also says there’s widespread under-reporting of cases but overall mortality rates are down.

"I think it's important for patients who read this report don't panic and think that  the quality of care is awful because it isn't. And in fact some of the survey data that we get from patients. The NHS gets approval rating up about to 98% which is astonishingly good."

Small wonder that the trusts are refuting this latest report, calling the figures inaccurate, but Health Secretary Andrew Lansley says the guide hightlights high levels of adverse medical events, the widespread under-reporting of incidents and too many hospitals with death rates higher than one would expect, adding a new culture of openness and transparency will transform patient-care.

That has been welcomed by the reports author, who says hospitals aren’t necessarily giving poorcare but believe trusts should investigate.

Amy Lewis, SKY News.
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[Homework]【整理】2010-12-05 不可接受的高死亡率

It's the place where you expect the highest possible care. But the   reports revealed some  hospitals have significantly high death rates.It's parcifically named Holly   hospital an  trust and a university hospital   trust claiming both have high death rates and high mortality rates most patients who just had surgery.We welcome the report because it's obviously  it's anthor arm for patients to use and their decisions about health care.It's not only shows the hospitals that have been performing well over the past year but it has also highlights the hospitals that have not improved over last year. And this is of real concern to  our patients association.The report by the doctor Foster's hospital guide found 62,800 of the medical cases were reported in English hospitals from April 2009 to March this year.There's ingeries and illnesses patients gained once they in hospital like a punched lung or serious blood   .It claimed 19 hospitals have significantly high death ratious and four trusts have significantly high death rates after surgery.It also says there is wildspread under reporting of cases but overall mortality rates are down.I think it's important for patients to read this report don't panic.And think quality of care is awful.And in fact some of the year survey data that we get from patients the  get a approval writing up to 98% which is astonishing good.Small wondered then the trust of refusing the latest report calling the figures are not accurate.But Health Secretary Andrew says the guide highlights high levels about   medical events the wildspreading of under reporting of instence too many hospitals death rates are higher than what was expect.Adding a new culture of openness and    will transform patien care.That's been welcomed by the report' author who says hospitals are necessarily giving poor care.But believe trust should and investigate. Annie Louis,Sky news

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It is the place where you expect the highest possible care. But a damning report's revealed some NHS hospitals have significantly high death rates. It specifically named Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals, an NHS Trust, and a University hospital Birmingham, an NHS foundation Trust, claiming both have high death ratios and high mortality rates amongst patients who’ve just had surgery.

"We welcome the report because it’s, obviously, it's another arm for patients to use in their decisions about health care. It's, it obviously shows the hospitals that have been performing well over the past year, but it also highlights the hospitals that have not improved over the last year and this is of real concern to us of the patients association."

The report by the Dr Foster Hospital Guide found 62,800 adverse medical cases were reported in English hospitals from April, 2009 to March this year. Those injuries or illnesses that patients gained once they're in hospital like a punctured lung or serious blood clot. It’s claimed 19 hospitals have significantly high death ratios and 4 trusts have significantly high death rates after surgery. It also says there’s widespread under-reporting of cases but overall mortality rates are down.

"I think it's important for patients who read this report don't panic and think that the quality of care is awful because it isn't, and in fact some of the survey data that we get from patients. The NHS gets approval rating up about to 98% which is astonishingly good."

Small wonder that the trusts are refuting this latest report, calling the figures inaccurate, but Health Secretary Andrew Lansley says the guide highlights high levels of adverse medical events, the widespread under-reporting of incidents and too many hospitals with death rates higher than one would expect, adding a new culture of openness and transparency will transform patient-care.

That has been welcomed by the reports author, who says hospitals aren’t necessarily giving poor care but believe trusts should investigate.

Amy Lewis, SKY News
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