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Demand on healthcare

Our innovative uses of data team have developed some data tools to help the NHS better understand the demand on some of its services. 

Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions

Analysis of certain conditions for which unplanned hospitalisation may be prevented or reduced by provision of care in primary or community settings.

Click through to the Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions page to find all the supporting information.

Hospitalisation caused by Flu in patients aged 65 years and over

Analytics on hospital admissions caused by Flu after the annual Influenza immunisation period (October and November) in patients aged 65 years and over.

Click through to the Hospitalisation caused by Flu in patients aged 65 years and over page to find all the supporting information.

Non-urgent A&E attendances

This report that looks at non-urgent attendances to hospital emergency departments.

Click through to the Non-urgent A&E attendances page to find all the supporting information.

Demand following emergency admission

A tool that provides a high level overview of emergency admissions from a Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP) perspective.

Click through to the Demand following emergency admission page to find all the supporting information.

Activity of patients who placed the highest demand on A and E

A tool based on the Pareto Principle which shows the proportion of hospital activity the top 20 percent of patients with highest activity account for.

Click through to the Activity of patients who placed the highest demand on A and E page to find all the supporting information.

 

GP/CCG Demand Tool

A tool to detail hospital activity levels broken down by GP practice and CCG, enabling commissioners to understand levels and variations in demand - prototype version only.

Click through to the GP/CCG Demand Tool page to find all the supporting information.

 

Hospital Activity Pareto Analysis with Peer Benchmarking Report

A report to study hospital activity for the top 5% and top 20% of the highest demand patients, with peer and national benchmarking.

Click through to the Hospital Activity Pareto Analysis with Peer Benchmarking Report page to find all the supporting information.