Services rated as high quality

The services rated as high quality section includes information about:

  • hospitals
  • primary care
  • adult social care

Hospitals

Why this is important

This metric provides an overall score indicative of the quality of care in a CCG area as determined by Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection ratings. The summary score by sector (hospitals, general practices and adult social care) for each area allows CCGs to assess the quality of care in their area against an England average and provides a baseline to monitor improvements.

The indicator is based on the ratings for each of CQC’s five key questions:

  • Is it safe?
  • Is it effective?
  • Is it caring?
  • Is it responsive?
  • Is it well-led?

The ratings are scored as follows:

  • outstanding = 3
  • good = 2
  • requires improvement = 1
  • inadequate = 0

The Barnsley picture and how we compare

Barnsley’s rating for provision of high quality hospital care has improved over recent years.

Out of 10 comparator CCGs, Barnsley has the 5th highest rate.

View the trend and comparator data charts.

Resources and supporting documents



Primary care

Why this is important

This metric provides an overall score indicative of the quality of care in a CCG area as determined by Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection ratings. The summary score by sector (hospitals, general practices and adult social care) for each area allows CCGs to assess the quality of care in their area against an England average and provides a baseline to monitor improvements.

The indicator is based on the ratings for each of CQC’s five key questions:

  • Is it safe?
  • Is it effective?
  • Is it caring?
  • Is it responsive?
  • Is it well-led?

The ratings are scored as follows:

  • outstanding = 3
  • good = 2
  • requires improvement = 1
  • inadequate = 0

The Barnsley picture and how we compare

Published data for quarter 3 2018/19 shows that Barnsley’s rating for provision of high quality primary care services has declined slightly recently.

Out of 10 comparator CCGs, Barnsley has the lowest rating.

View the trend and comparator data charts.

Resources and supporting documents



Adult social care

Why this is important

This metric provides an overall score indicative of the quality of care in a CCG area as determined by Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection ratings. The summary score by sector (hospitals, general practices and adult social care) for each area allows CCGs to assess the quality of care in their area against an England average and provides a baseline to monitor improvements.

The indicator is based on the ratings for each of CQC’s five key questions:

  • Is it safe?
  • Is it effective?
  • Is it caring?
  • Is it responsive?
  • Is it well-led?

The ratings are scored as follows:

  • outstanding = 3
  • good = 2
  • requires improvement = 1
  • inadequate = 0

The Barnsley picture and how we compare

Barnsley’s rating for provision of high quality adult social care services has declined slightly recently.

Out of 10 comparator CCGs, Barnsley has the lowest rating.

View the trend and comparator data charts.

Resources and supporting documents