The Equality and Health Inequality packs consider measures of health inequality that aim to support health systems identify areas of improvement in promoting equality and reducing health inequalities Each pack is tailored to local health systems and should be used to support local discussions and inform a more in-depth analysis.
The mental health conditions packs contain data across a range of mental health and dementia services. The packs are split into stages along a mental health pathway, for example Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) and enable local health systems to compare their performance with their ten most similar CCGs.
NHS RightCare data packs are produced at system level and are available on the NHS RightCare website or via the RightCare Delivery Partners. As many health conditions are linked to demographic factors such as deprivation and age, they compare systems to their closest demographically similar geographies. This information offers a triangulation of nationally-held data intended to help local systems ensure their plans focus on opportunities which have the potential to provide the greatest improvements.
Focus packs provide more detailed information on those highest spending programmes. The areas covered are: cancer; the CVD family of conditions including renal, stroke and diabetes; maternity and early years; mental health and dementia; musculoskeletal and trauma; neurology; and respiratory.
The long term conditions packs contain data on a number of disease areas and elements of care. The pack is split by stages along a long term conditions pathway and enables a local health economy to look at an element, for example disease detection or prescribing, across multiple disease areas.
These packs contain data from the CCG Where to Look packs, published in October 2016, but collated at Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) footprint level. The information in these packs include headline opportunities, improvement opportunity tables and pathways on a page showing how CCGs in each STP differ from their peers.