Facilitating the presentation of local NHS benchmark data
enables allows pharma to position itself as a partner and
helper in meeting targets and closing the gaps. Contact us to
find out more about how to effectively engage with the NHS
NHS Digital. Quality and Outcomes Framework. Available at:
Accessed January 2020.
Practice data are sourced from NHSE and aggregated to PCN
Dot size on the map is relative to the national variation of
the metric. Green dots represent lower than national average,
red dots represent higher than national average. A large dot
represents a greater difference from the national average than
a small dot. The lower and upper size limits of the dots are
capped to improve the clarity of the visual.
Data presented are for proof of concept purposes only and
should not be used to inform clinical practice. No guarantee
or warranty is given with the accuracy or representation of
Limitations: Source data is from QOF, this captures ~95% of
practices. Data relies on mapping practices to PCNs, a further
~3% of practices drop away through this process. The map shown
relies on a postcode to lat/lon conversion, the original
source data lists multiple PCNs with the same postcode (~265),
therefore the dots in this visual appear stacked and obscure
dots ‘underneath’, use the other chart visuals to view the
detail. Data presented was transposed in Jan 2020 although the
PCN to practice mappings will constantly evolve.
Practices have been grouped into 15 clusters based on
demographic data (e.g. deprivation, practice size, rural-urban
status). This allows for a suitable comparison for a practice
with an appropriate peer group.
Facilitating the presentation of local NHS benchmark data enables
allows pharma to position itself as a partner and helper in meeting
targets and closing the gaps.
Contact us to
find out more about how to effectively engage with the NHS.