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Quarterly Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Data Set Reports, England - Final Q3 2013-14 summary statistics and related information, Experimental statistics

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Publication date:
Geographic coverage:
England
Geographical granularity:
Mental Health Trusts, Independent Sector Health Care Providers, Clinical Commissioning Groups
Date range:
01 Sep 2013 to 31 Dec 2013

Summary

The Improving Access Psychological Therapies (IAPT) data set is a regular return of data generated by providers of IAPT services in the course of delivering these services to patients. The data also includes information from Independent Sector Organisations who are also providers of NHS IAPT services.
The IAPT data set is received by the Health and Social Care Information Centre as record-level anonymised data from patient-administration systems.

 

Data quality and completeness

 

A data quality statement is produced for the Routine Quarterly Reports and can be found in the related links below.

 

A separate monthly publication comprises national and provider-level data quality measures of some key data items in the IAPT data set and the latest release can be accessed in the related links below.

Key facts

This release of experimental analysis from IAPT Q3 data, October 2013 to December 2013 shows that:

  • 141 providers were successful in submitting data to the dataset, compared with 138 in Q2 2013-14.
  • In the quarter there were 262,370 new service requests, compared with 259,040 in the previous quarter. Of these, 6 per cent were aged over 65 (15,090).
  • 175,110 service requests "entered treatment" by receiving their first treatment appointment in the quarter, an increase of 2,130 from Q2 2013-14.
  • A total of 233,040 service requests ended in the quarter. Of these 93,830 service requests "completed treatment", having ended after a minimum of two treatment appointments, compared to 86,870 in the previous quarter.
  • 44 per cent (36,550) of the 83,270 service requests with completed treatment which were also at "caseness" at the start of their treatment, moved to recovery. In addition 42 per cent (34,720) showed reliable recovery in the quarter.
  • Additionally 59 per cent (55,670) of all service requests with completed treatment showed reliable improvement.

For information on the definition of measures referred to throughout this report, please see the key terms section at the end of the Executive Summary document.

Please note that the '65 or over' group above were incorrectly described as 'over 65' for the Q3 and Q2 2013-14 releases in this series.

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