Welcome to The National Congenital Heart Disease Audit Website.
The 2016/17 National Cardiac Audit Programme (NCAP) annual report across 5 of the 6 audits we manage, along with audit specific analysis and hospital level data, will be published on Thursday 22nd November. You can find the NCAP 2014-17 report here.
Accompanying the aggregate report will be a summary report focused on findings from the Congenital Audit/Domain. You can find the 2014-17 Congenital summary report and analysis here.
Tables for 2014-17 analyses are available on separate tab here.
The Funnel Plots for 2014-2017 can be found here.
The annual National Congenital Heart Disease Audit Report 2014-17 has been published. It and hospital responses can be found here.
Previous updates that were on this page can now be found here.
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The National Congenital Heart Disease Audit (NCHDA) is managed by the National Institute for Cardiovascular Outcomes Research (NICOR), is the largest and most comprehensive national audit of its kind in the world and is now in its 16th year. The audit collects data from all centres undertaking congenital cardiac surgery and interventional procedures in the UK.
Among the information provided on the portal are profiles of every congenital heart disease centre in the UK, including the number and range of procedures they carry out and survival rates for the most common types of treatment.
Patients, parents and carers are encouraged to regard the facts and figures in the site as a useful source of information. This knowledge can then be used together with the information they receive from their family doctor and heart specialist in making any decisions on treatment options.
The audit is commissioned by the Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership as part of the National Clinical Audit Programme* and clinically led by the British Congenital Cardiac Association and The Society for Cardiothoracic Surgery in Great Britain and Ireland.
We welcome your feedback about how useful you have found the information on this website.
How to use this information
For more information about how to interpret the information and more information about the site, go to information for patients