The Myocardial Ischaemia National Audit Project (MINAP) is a national clinical audit of the management of heart attack. It supplies participating hospitals and ambulance services in England, Wales and Northern Ireland with a record of their management and compares this with nationally and internationally agreed standards.
MINAP provides comparative data to help clinicians and managers to monitor and improve the quality and outcomes of their local services. Its findings have been made public since 2003 via annual public reports when all eligible hospitals signed up to participate in the clinical audit - see Annual Reports section for the individual reports.
Jamie Turnbull, MINAP project co-ordinator