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Standard/

Plan Actual Trend

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Plan Actual Trend

18 Weeks Admitted Oct-11 90% 93.80% 90% 95.62%

18 Weeks Non Admitted Oct-11 95% 98.50% 95% 97.31%

MRSA (MK YTD, Northants Month) Nov-11 2 3 1 1

C. Difficile (MK YTD Northants Month) Nov-11 34 31 20 20

Existing Cancer 62 Days Oct-11 85% 81.80% 85% 82.80%

Existing Cancer 31 Days Oct-11 96% 98.60% 96% 98.59%

Existing Cancer 2WW Oct-11 93% 98.70% 93% 94.86%

Stroke care (% of people who spend 90% of

time on stroke unit)Oct-11 80% 88.89% 80% 93.06%

TIA (% TIA cases who are scanned

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Plan Actual Trend

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18 Weeks Admitted Oct-11 90% 95.37% 90% 93.80% 90% 96.94%

18 Weeks Non Admitted Oct-11 95% 96.03% 95% 98.50% 95% 98.41%

MRSA (MK YTD, NGH & KGH Month) Nov-11 0 0 2 1 0 1

C. Difficile Nov-11 3 1 32 11 4 5

Existing Cancer 62 Days Oct-11 85% 88.31% 85% 81.80% 85% 78.90%

Existing Cancer 31 Days Oct-11 96% 100.00% 96% 98.60% 96% 97.71%

Existing Cancer 2WW Oct-11 93% 95.06% 93% 98.70% 93% 94.63%

A&E - YTD Jan-12 95% 92.21% 95% 96.53% 95% 94.10%

Mixed Sex Accommodation (MSA) Breaches Oct-11 1 0 0 0 1 0

% Admissions risk assessed for VTE Oct-11 90% 92.47% 90% 90.00% 90% 93%

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% patients receiving follow up contact

within 7 days of dischargeSep-11 95% 98.32% 95% 99%

Number of patients served by Early

Intervention Teams (YTD)Sep-11 15 15 50

MSA Breaches Dec-11 0 0

Standard/

Plan Actual Trend

Standard

/ Plan Actual Trend

02/01/2012 75% 74.77%

Nov-11 75% 76.81%

02/01/2012 95% 92.31%

Nov-11 95% 95.63%

Performance Indicator Period

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Ambulance Cat A8 YTD

Ambulance Cat A19 YTD

MK CHS

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Performance Indicator Period

Reported

Please note: Trend arrows signify

improvement/deterioration in performance.

They are not related to an increase/decrease in

the data.

Performance Indicators

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Risks Action / Resolution

Existing Cancer 62 Days

NGH - After data cleansing NGH performance in October was 79.6%,

In November performance is forecast to be 86.3%.

Performance issue was in Urology PSA clinics.

Performance has now recovered due to corrective action to reduce waiting times between referral to first outpatient appointment; and first

outpatient appointment to biopsy.

MRSA and C Difficile

NGH - Although NGH have exceeded the monthly trajectory for HCAI, the Trust is on trajectory over the year to date (2/2) for MRSA

bacteraemia and is under trajectory for the year to date (33/36) for Clostridium difficile. Root cause investigation and analysis has been

carried out for the bacteraemia and actions implemented. All cases of Clostridium difficile are investigated internally and the Trust has also

completed a half yearly review, actions from these have been implemented.

A&E ytd 95%

On current performance, our three acute trusts will not achieve the 4 hour target this year.

As at 24 January 2012, YTD performance was; NGH 93.75%, KGH 92.33%, MK 93.83%

Both Northants acute trusts are delivering the IST recommendations through their respective programmes (KGH-Urgent and Emergency Care

Transformation Programme and NGH-A&E CQIs Recovery Plan).

During Q4 there has been a focus on the implementation of initiatives to deliver the target in Q4, utilising the Northants and MK allocations

from the 100M announced by the DH on 22 Dec 2011.

A&E performance has and will continue to be a focus for the executive team.

Childhood Immunisations

Milton Keynes HFT - A range of improvement actions are to be implemented by the end of March 2012, these include:

Incorporating best practice from Leicester City and Derby City

Improved feedback and management mechanisms

Health visitors to be actively involved

Choose and Book

Milton Keynes HFT - The published data shows that the 90% target has not been achieved in any month of 2011/12.

Work has commenced to understand the construction of this indicator and to ensure that data used by the Dept. of Health Knowledge and

Intelligence in the calculation of estimated GP referrals to 1st outpatient (the denominator) is based on accurate figures for Milton Keynes.

Chlamydia Screening

Northants - The NHFT are aware they are not reaching their target and held a meeting last week to put together an action plan for Quarter 4

to screen 1234 individuals.

GPS in Northamptonshire are underperforming every month (approx 800) and they have tried several incentives but to no avail. In Quarter 3

they did not screen as many Freshers as originally expected Their plan is to have more University events, Valentine events and a Radio

Evening show on Heart FM over 8 weeks.

Performance Indicators

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Performance Indicator Previous Period Period

Reported

Standard/

Plan

Milton

Keynes

Standard/

Plan Northants

Quality stroke care (% of people who spend 90% of time on stroke unit) Nov-11 80% 88.89% 80% 80.00%

Quality stroke care (% TIA cases who are scanned and treated within 24hrs) Nov-11 65% 83.33% 60% 60.00%

Smoking (4 wk quitters) Sep-11 100% 98.93% 100% 100.00%

Prevalence of Breast Feeding at 6-8 weeks Sep-11 58% 53.27% 45.9% 45.89%

Maternity 12 weeks access Sep-11 90% 80.10% 90% 92.70%

Teenage Pregnancy rate per 1000 population 2009 33.2 39.9 38.83 40.2

% Children in Reception with height and weight recorded who are obese 2010/11 9.6% 9.76% 9.6% 9.80%

% Children in Reception with height and weight recorded 2010/11 91% 92.66% 91% 96.90%

% Children in Year 6 with height and weight recorded who are obese 2010/11 16.1% 19.86% 18.2% 17.12%

% Children in Year 6 with height and weight recorded 2010/11 88% 81.46% 88% 92.71%

Immunisation DTaP/IPV/Hib Aged 1 Nov-11 95% 97% 96.42%

Immunisation PCV Aged 2 Nov-11 95% 97% 98.38%

Immunisation Hib/Men C Aged 2 Nov-11 95% 96% 97.04%

Immunisation MMR Aged 2 Nov-11 95% 95% 94.35%

Immunisation DTaP/IPV Aged 5 Nov-11 92% 90% 92.72%

Immunisation MMR 2nd

Dose Aged 5 Nov-11 92% 90% 90.76%

Chlamydia Screening (% of 15-24 population) Note: Chlamydia reporting under review

NHS Health Check No. offered Sep-11 18% 18.10% 14% 2.63%

NHS Health Check Uptake rate Sep-11 1.6% 2.63%

Hospital admissions for alcohol related harm per 100,000 population 2009 1837.0 1596.3

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Risks Action / Resolution

% Children with height and weight

recorded who are obese

The results for Northamptonshire show pleasing results for Year 6 children but indicates further progress must be

made with those in Reception year.

The obesity prevalence in Reception is rising year and year and the current prevalence in the county is 9.8%, larger

than national (9.4%) and regional (8.9%) results. Five out of the seven districts in the county have an obesity

prevalence that is higher than the national average. The district results for reception year children found Corby

(12.2%) and Northampton (10.5%) had the highest prevalence of obesity in the county.

Year 6 data underlines that real improvements have been made in the health status of older school age children. In

2010/11 the obesity prevalence for Year 6 children in Northamptonshire is 17.1%, which is lower than the regional

average (18.3%) and significantly lower than national (19.0%) results. All districts in the county now have a Year 6

obesity prevalence which is below the national average. Compared to 2009/10 results, the county obesity prevalence

decreased by 1.04 percentage points, which is even more pleasing considering the national prevalence rose between

these years.

Chlamydia Screening

The NHFT are aware they are not reaching their target and held a meeting last week to

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