The reports are best used by expanding to full screen mode, using the diagonal arrows on the bottom right. To view the data behind the visual right-click on the data element in the visual such as a bar or a line or a dot and click ‘Show Data’. Alternatively use Alt+Shift+F11 on the keyboard on the selected visual or chart to view the data behind it.
The report above shows proportion of attendances that are non-urgent by trust and benchmarks it against its closest ten peers, peer average and national average. More information about the methodology used to identify the closest ten peer trusts can be found in the NHS Trust Peer Finder page.
The report below shows non-urgent attendances broken down to Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP) and Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) level - users can drill-down from an STP of interest to its Middle Layer Super Output Area (MSOA) level. STPs, CCGs and MSOAs divide the country geographically and into populations of approximately similar size, with STPs having a mean population of around 1.2 million, CCGs of around 0.25 million and MSOAs of around 8000.
The STP map shows the proportion of attendances that are non-urgent by STP - the darker the shade the higher the proportion for that STP. Hover over the STP of interest to see more information.
Click on the STP of interest on the map to see proportion of attendances that are non-urgent for the CCGs in the selected STP and the national average in the bar chart. Hover over CCGs in the bar chart to find more information about the CCG such as the CCG cluster for example. More information about the CCG clusters can be found in the ‘CCG clusters April 2017.xlsx’ which is a tool developed by NHS England.
Right-click on an STP of interest in the map and select ‘Drillthrough’ and ‘STP’. It displays a variety of information related to the selected STP.
Hover over the MSOA map to see the proportion of attendances that are non-urgent at MSOA level for the selected STP - the darker the shade the higher the proportion.
The GP map shows the practices where the patients making attendances that are non-urgent are registered - the darker the shade higher the number of non-urgent attendances from patients registered at the GP. The numbers displayed are rounded to the nearest five and practices with less than fifty attendances that are non-urgent are filtered out.
Click arrow on top left-hand corner of the page to return to the front page of the report with the STP map.