[Archived Content] NHSOF - 2.6 Unplanned hospitalisation for chronic ambulatory care sensitive conditions

Definition

Directly age and sex standardised rate of unplanned hospitalisation admissions for chronic ambulatory care sensitive conditions

Clinical rationale

The intent of this indicator is to measure effective management and reduced serious deterioration in people with ACS conditions. Active management of ACS conditions such as COPD, diabetes, congestive heart fai lure and hypertension can prevent acute exacerbations and reduce the need for emergency hospital admission.

Data source

Hospital Episode Statistics (HES)

GP registered population, NHAIS (Exeter) System

Numerator

Hospital Episode Statistics (HES) Continuous Inpatient Spells (CIPS). The CIP spells are constructed by the HSCIC HES Development team.

Denominator

Unconstrained GP registered population counts by single year of age and sex from the NHAIS (Exeter) Systems; extracted annually on 1 April for the forthcoming financial year

Source: http://www.england.nhs.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/ccg-ois-1415-tech-guid.pdf.

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Additional Information

Coverage Start Date 2010-04-01
Coverage End Date 2014-03-31
Origin https://indicators.ic.nhs.uk/webview/
Frequency Other
Homepage http://www.hscic.gov.uk/article/2021/Website-Search?productid=14879&q=CCGOIS
License UK Open Government Licence (OGL)
Publisher NHS Digital
Visibility PUBLIC
Source https://indicators.ic.nhs.uk/webview/