CCG and Local Authority information packs

Alongside the publication of NHS England’s 2013-14 Planning Guidance, we have produced initial information packs at Local Authority and CCG level that set out key data to inform the local position on outcomes. The Local Authority packs present high-level comparative information on the NHS, the Adult Social Care and the Public Health frameworks. The CCG level packs provide a more detailed analysis of NHS outcomes and other relevant indicators.

The purpose of these is to provide CCGs and Heath and Wellbeing (HWB) partners with a quick and easy-to-use summary of their current position on outcomes as they take up their role, building on the data sets in the CCG outcomes indicators and other existing data sets. The information should be used alongside the local intelligence being collected to inform local Joint Strategic Needs Assessments and it will support commissioners working together to set the priorities for the Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy. Where possible, we have signposted other relevant information sources that might help build an understanding of the specific issues locally.

These information packs represent a starting point for the way NHS England will provide support in this area and we hope you find them useful. We would like to offer you an open invitation to work with us on a continuing basis to help shape these tools in a way that would be most helpful for you.  If you have any comments or suggestions for improvement please email nhscb.outcomes-benchmarking@nhs.net.

Please note, each of these documents is 6mb in size. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader (for reading PDFs), it is available from the Adobe site. If you are experiencing problems opening the files, right click the PDF file and select ‘Save target as…’ to save it to your computer.

Following feedback, we have now produced an interactive version of the CCGs packs. Available from CCG Outcomes Tools, two tools allow CCGs to view their outcomes across currently available indicators from the NHS Outcomes Framework and NHS Outcome Indicator Set, compare and map indicators, and explore the relationship between outcomes.

Local Authority

B  C  D  E  G  H  I  K  L  M  N  O  P  R  S  T  W  Y

B

Barking and Dagenham
Barnet
Barnsley
Bath and North East Somerset
Bedford
Bexley
Birmingham
Blackburn with Darwen
Blackpool
Bolton
Bournemouth
Bracknell Forest
Bradford
Brent
Brighton and Hove
Bristol
Bromley
Buckinghamshire
Bury

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C

Calderdale
Cambridgeshire
Camden
Central Bedfordshire
Cheshire East
Cheshire West and Chester
City of London – not currently available
Cornwall
County Durham
County of Herefordshire
Coventry
Croydon
Cumbria

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D

Darlington
Derby
Derbyshire
Devon
Doncaster
Dorset
Dudley

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E

Ealing
East Riding of Yorkshire
East Sussex
Enfield
Essex

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G

Gateshead
Gloucestershire
Greenwich

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H

Hackney
Halton
Hammersmith and Fulham
Hampshire
Haringey
Harrow
Hartlepool
Havering
Hertfordshire
Hillingdon
Hounslow

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I

Isles of Scilly – not currently available
Isle of Wight
Islington

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K

Kensington and Chelsea
Kent
Kingston upon Hull
Kingston upon Thames
Kirklees
Knowsley

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L

Lambeth
Lancashire
Leeds
Leicester
Leicestershire
Lewisham
Lincolnshire
Liverpool
Luton

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M

Manchester
Medway
Merton
Middlesbrough
Milton Keynes

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N

Newcastle upon Tyne
Newham
Norfolk
North East Lincolnshire
North Lincolnshire
North Somerset
North Tyneside
North Yorkshire
Northamptonshire
Northumberland
Nottingham
Nottinghamshire

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O

Oldham
Oxfordshire

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P

Peterborough
Plymouth
Poole
Portsmouth

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R

Reading
Redbridge
Redcar and Cleveland
Richmond upon Thames
Rochdale
Rotherham
Rutland

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S

Salford
Sandwell
Sefton
Sheffield
Shropshire
Slough
Solihull
Somerset
South Gloucestershire
South Tyneside
Southampton
Southend-on-Sea
Southwark
St. Helens
Staffordshire
Stockport
Stockton-on-Tees
Stoke-on-Trent
Suffolk
Sunderland
Surrey
Sutton
Swindon

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T

Tameside
Telford and Wrekin
Thurrock
Torbay
Tower Hamlets
Trafford

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W

Wakefield
Walsall
Waltham Forest
Wandsworth
Warrington
Warwickshire
West Berkshire
West Sussex
Westminster
Wigan
Wiltshire
Windsor and Maidenhead
Wirral
Wokingham
Wolverhampton
Worcestershire

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Y

York

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Clinical Commissioning Groups

A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  K  L  M  N  O  P  R  S  T  V  W

A

Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven CCG
Ashford CCG
Aylesbury Vale CCG

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B

Barking and Dagenham CCG
Barnet CCG
Barnsley CCG
Basildon and Brentwood CCG
Bassetlaw CCG
Bath and North East Somerset CCG
Bedfordshire CCG
Bexley CCG
Birmingham CrossCity CCG
Birmingham South Central CCG
Blackburn with Darwen CCG
Blackpool CCG
Bolton CCG
Bracknell and Ascot CCG
Bradford City CCG
Bradford Districts CCG
Brent CCG
Brighton and Hove CCG
Bristol CCG
Bromley CCG
Bury CCG

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C

Calderdale CCG
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough CCG
Camden CCG
Cannock Chase CCG
Canterbury and Coastal CCG
Castle Point and Rochford CCG
Central London (Westminster) CCG
Central Manchester CCG
Chiltern CCG
Chorley and South Ribble CCG
City and Hackney CCG
Coastal West Sussex CCG
Corby CCG
Coventry and Rugby CCG
Crawley CCG
Croydon CCG
Cumbria CCG

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D

Darlington CCG
Dartford, Gravesham and Swanley CCG
Doncaster CCG
Dorset CCG
Dudley CCG
Durham Dales, Easington and Sedgefield CCG

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E

Ealing CCG
East and North Hertfordshire CCG
East Lancashire CCG
East Leicestershire and Rutland CCG
East Riding of Yorkshire CCG
East Staffordshire CCG
East Surrey CCG
Eastbourne, Hailsham and Seaford CCG
Eastern Cheshire CCG
Enfield CCG
Erewash CCG

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F

Fareham and Gosport CCG
Fylde and Wyre CCG

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G

Gateshead CCG
Gloucestershire CCG
Great Yarmouth and Waveney CCG
Greater Huddersfield CCG
Greater Preston CCG
Greenwich CCG
Guildford and Waverley CCG

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H

Halton CCG
Hambleton, Richmondshire and Whitby CCG
Hammersmith and Fulham CCG
Hardwick CCG
Haringey CCG
Harrogate and Rural District CCG
Harrow CCG
Hartlepool and Stockton-on-Tees CCG
Hastings and Rother CCG
Havering CCG
Herefordshire CCG
Herts Valleys CCG
Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale CCG
High Weald Lewes Havens CCG
Hillingdon CCG
Horsham and Mid Sussex CCG
Hounslow CCG
Hull CCG

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I

Ipswich and East Suffolk CCG
Isle of Wight CCG
Islington CCG

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K

Kernow CCG
Kingston CCG
Knowsley CCG

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L

Lambeth CCG
Lancashire North CCG
Leeds North CCG
Leeds South and East CCG
Leeds West CCG
Leicester City CCG
Lewisham CCG
Lincolnshire East CCG
Lincolnshire West CCG
Liverpool CCG
Luton CCG

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M

Mansfield and Ashfield CCG
Medway CCG
Merton CCG
Mid Essex CCG
Milton Keynes CCG

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N

Nene CCG
Newark and Sherwood CCG
Newbury and District CCG
Newcastle North and East CCG
Newcastle West CCG
Newham CCG
North and West Reading CCG
North Derbyshire CCG
North Durham CCG
North East Essex CCG
North East Hampshire and Farnham CCG
North East Lincolnshire CCG
North Hampshire CCG
North Kirklees CCG
North Lincolnshire CCG
North Manchester CCG
North Norfolk CCG
North Somerset CCG
North Staffordshire CCG
North Tyneside CCG
North West Surrey CCG
North, East, West Devon CCG
Northumberland CCG
Norwich CCG
Nottingham City CCG
Nottingham North and East CCG
Nottingham West CCG

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O

Oldham CCG
Oxfordshire CCG

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P

Portsmouth CCG

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R

Redbridge CCG
Redditch and Bromsgrove CCG
Richmond CCG
Rotherham CCG
Rushcliffe CCG

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S

Salford CCG
Sandwell and West Birmingham CCG
Scarborough and Ryedale CCG
Sheffield CCG
Shropshire CCG
Slough CCG
Solihull CCG
Somerset CCG
South Cheshire CCG
South Devon and Torbay CCG
South East Staffs and Seisdon Peninsular CCG
South Eastern Hampshire CCG
South Gloucestershire CCG
South Kent Coast CCG
South Lincolnshire CCG
South Manchester CCG
South Norfolk CCG
South Reading CCG
South Sefton CCG
South Tees CCG
South Tyneside CCG
South Warwickshire CCG
South West Lincolnshire CCG
South Worcestershire CCG
Southampton CCG
Southend CCG
Southern Derbyshire CCG
Southport and Formby CCG
Southwark CCG
St Helens CCG
Stafford and Surrounds CCG
Stockport CCG
Stoke on Trent CCG
Sunderland CCG
Surrey Downs CCG
Surrey Heath CCG
Sutton CCG
Swale CCG
Swindon CCG

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T

Tameside and Glossop CCG
Telford and Wrekin CCG
Thanet CCG
Thurrock CCG
Tower Hamlets CCG
Trafford CCG

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V

Vale of York CCG
Vale Royal CCG

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W

Wakefield CCG
Walsall CCG
Waltham Forest CCG
Wandsworth CCG
Warrington CCG
Warwickshire North CCG
West Cheshire CCG
West Essex CCG
West Hampshire CCG
West Kent CCG
West Lancashire CCG
West Leicestershire CCG
West London (Kensington and Chelsea, Queen’s Park and Paddington) CCG
West Norfolk CCG
West Suffolk CCG
Wigan Borough CCG
Wiltshire CCG
Windsor, Ascot and Maidenhead CCG
Wirral CCG
Wokingham CCG
Wolverhampton CCG
Wyre Forest CCG

Errata

Since publication of the local authority (LA) and CCG packs, we have become aware of a few small errors with the initial packs which are listed below.

  • LA packs, page 4. On the spider diagram, the ‘leg’ labelled “2A(2) Permanent admissions to care homes (65+)” actually shows data for indicator 2A(1) Permanent admissions to care homes (age 18-64).
  • CCG packs, page 3, In the table of contents, the reference number for “Health related quality of life for people with long term conditions” is incorrectly listed as 2.1 rather than 2, and the reference number for “Proportion of people feeling supported to manage their condition” is incorrectly listed as 2.2 rather than 2.1.
  • CCG packs, page 9. On the spine chart, the diamond showing the CCG value for “5.2i Incidence of Healthcare associated infection (HCAI): MRSA” actually shows the value for C Difficile. The main page (29) shows the correct data for this indicator.
  • The email address given in the initial packs is incorrect. This has been updated but will still be incorrect in previously downloaded packs. The correct email address is: nhscb.outcomes-benchmarking@nhs.net

Data files

We have now made available the raw data for many of the indicators used in the local authority and CCG packs, as requested: