We all need to work together
Improvements to care in the community will help to improve the trust's mortality rates, health bosses have said.
Karen Jackson, chief executive at the trust, said that the Summary Hospital level Mortality Indicator figures included deaths up to 30 days after discharge from hospital, so improving the mortality position was not just down to the hospital.
She said that this was a health and social care issue that would rely on the community drawing its resources together.
"We all need to work on this together," she said. "There are a lot of things going on that are driving mortality in the community.
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"We voluntarily took part in this work because we recognised as a community we need to move this position more quickly.
"We took some immediate actions in July and have consolidated the plan we had in place together with these items that we directly took from the Transforming Health report."
Karen Rhodes, senior officer quality and assurance at NHS North Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group, said more work on end-of-life care and treating long-term conditions out of hospital would be a key factor in improving the mortality position.