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Community Services Statistics June 2019

Experimental statistics
Publication Date:
Geographic Coverage:
England
Geographical Granularity:
NHS Trusts, Hospital Trusts
Date Range:
01 Jun 2019 to 30 Jun 2019

Summary

This is a monthly report on publicly funded community services for children, young people and adults using data from the Community Services Data Set (CSDS) reported in England for June 2019. The CSDS is a patient-level dataset and has been developed to help achieve better outcomes for children, young people and adults. It provides data that will be used to commission services in a way that improves health, reduces inequalities, and supports service improvement and clinical quality. These services can include NHS Trusts, health centres, schools, mental health trusts, and local authorities. The data collected in CSDS includes personal and demographic information, diagnoses including long-term conditions and disabilities and care events plus screening activities. These statistics are classified as experimental and should be used with caution. Experimental statistics are new official statistics undergoing evaluation. They are published in order to involve users and stakeholders in their development and as a means to build in quality at an early stage. More information about experimental statistics can be found on the UK Statistics Authority website. We hope this information is helpful and would be grateful if you could spare a couple of minutes to complete a short customer satisfaction survey. Please use the survey in the related links to provide us with any feedback or suggestions for improving the report.

Key Facts

This report contains key information based on the submissions that have been made by providers to the Community Services Data Set (CSDS) collection and focuses on data relating to activity that occurred in June 2019 as follows:
 
* 132 providers submitted at least the minimum data for the CSDS. Of these, 132 providers submitted referrals data and 123 providers submitted care contact data.
 
* There were 1,067,967 referrals received across all submitters of referral data, relating to 828,116 patients. Of these, 229,897 referrals related to 208,148 children and young people (aged 0-18).
 
* Of these 1,067,967 referrals above, 837,963 referrals related to 619,895 adults (aged over 18). 18 per cent of total referrals were for patients with ages over 85.
 
* There were 8,058,354 care contacts with 2,410,122 patients, across all submitters of care contact data. Of these, 1,975,213 contacts related to 893,590 children and young people.
 
* Of these 8,058,354 care contacts above, 6,082,452 contacts related to 1,516,491 adults. 20 per cent of total care contacts were for patients with ages over 85.

 * Across all submitters of care contact data, 86 per cent (4,459,036) of care contacts were attended by the patient and 4 per cent (227,170) were not attended by the patient (where attendance or non-attendance was recorded). The remaining 10 per cent of care contacts (495,736) were cancelled by the patient or health care provider.
 
* 51 providers submitted immunisation data. Across these submitters, 207,507 immunisations for children and young people were reported.
 
* There were 321,140 health visitor appointments for children and young people reported by submitters of care activity data. This accounts for 15 per cent of all care activities where an activity code was recorded for this group.
 

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Last edited: 10 October 2019 7:44 am