Diabetes Cases By Deprivation Level Year And England Area

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This dataset contains the estimated percentages of patients, 17 years old and over, with diabetes existent in the general practitioners (GP) disease registers by England regions, counties and unitary authorities, and the deprivation level. Comparisons to England and region levels, are also available in the dataset.

Complexity

The dataset source, Public Health England, is an executive agency of the Department of Health & Social Care, part of England Government. The data have been collected through the Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF), introduced as part of the General Medical Services (GMS) contract on 1 April 2004. The objective of the QOF is to improve the quality of care patients are given by rewarding practices for the quality of care they provide to their patients.

The numerator data source was the general practitioner’s disease registers. The denominator is based on data from Prescription Pricing Division practice populations. Each of the proportions of individuals with diabetes is multiplied by 100.

The confidence intervals are calculated using the Wilson Score method, the preferred method for calculating confidence intervals for proportions and odds, and which can be also used for rates, as long as the event rate is low (relatively rare events within the population) as the Binomial distribution is a very good approximation to the Poisson distribution when the event rate is low.

Date Created

2018-03-06

Last Modified

2018-03-06

Version

2018-03-06

Update Frequency

Annual

Temporal Coverage

2009-2016

Spatial Coverage

England

Source

John Snow Labs; Public Health England;

Source License URL

Source License Requirements

N/A

Source Citation

N/A

Keywords

Public Health England Data, Prevalence Of Diabetes, Percent Of Diabetics, Diabetes Cases Statistics, Diabetes Cases By Financial Year, Diabetes Cases In England, Diabetics In England, Financial Year Data, England Regions, Deprivation Index

Other Titles

Diabetes Annual Statistics For England, NHS Quality and Outcomes Framework Diabetes Data, Diabetes Prevalence In England

NameDescriptionTypeConstraints
England_Upper_Tier_AreaIncludes England and England regions, where the lower tier area is locatedstring-
Upper_Tier_Area_CodeIncludes the codes of England and England regionsstring-
England_Lower_Tier_AreaSpecifies name of the area for which the diabetics percent has been calculatedstring-
Lower_Tier_Area_CodeSpecifies the code of the area for which the diabetics percent has been calculatedstring-
Lower_Tier_Area_TypeSpecifies the type of the area for which the diabetics percent has been calculatedstringenum : Array
Index_Of_Multiple_Deprivation_VersionIndicates whether the year of IMD (Index of Multiple Deprivation) version, based on which the deprivation level has been calculated, is 2010 or 2015date-
Deprivation_Area_LevelSpecifies if the deprivation level (decile or cluster shape type) is corresponding to a type of England area or to a Clinical Commissioning Groupstring-
Deprivation_LevelIndicates the deprivation decile or the Clinical Commissioning Group cluster shape typestring-
Measurement_Period_Year_Or_First_Year_Of_FYIndicates the data version (year for which the percentage of diabetics has been calculated) and, at the same time, the year or the first year of the financial year when the data used to calculate the indicator value have been collecteddate-
Measurement_Period_FY_Second_YearIndicates the second (ending) year of the financial year when the data used to calculate the diabetics percent have been collecteddate-
Percent_With_Diabetes_EstimationThe estimated percent of diabetics among the Pricing Division practice population 17 years old and overnumberlevel : Ratio
Estimated_Percent_Confidence_Interval_LowThe lower limit of the confidence interval for the estimated percent of diabeticsnumberlevel : Ratio
Estimated_Percent_Confidence_Interval_HighThe upper limit of the confidence interval for the estimated percent of diabeticsnumberlevel : Ratio
Diabetes_CasesThe number of individuals in practice disease registers with diabetesintegerlevel : Ratio
Patients_17_Years_And_Over_In_Practice_ListThe number of patients 17 years old and over, in general practitioner's practice listintegerlevel : Ratio
Note_For_Estimated_ValueNote provided for the estimated percent of diabeticsstring-
Estimated_Value_Recent_TrendIndicates if the estimated percent of diabetics for the specified measurement period is significantly increased, decreased or not changed significantly, compared to the value from the previous period of measurementstring-
Compared_To_England_ValueSpecifies if the corresponding estimated percent of diabetics is worse, better or similar to England indicator estimated valuestringenum : Array
Compared_To_Region_ValueSpecifies if the corresponding estimated percent of diabetics is worse, better or similar to the parent England region indicator estimated valuestringenum : Array
England_Upper_Tier_AreaUpper_Tier_Area_CodeEngland_Lower_Tier_AreaLower_Tier_Area_CodeLower_Tier_Area_TypeIndex_Of_Multiple_Deprivation_VersionDeprivation_Area_LevelDeprivation_LevelMeasurement_Period_Year_Or_First_Year_Of_FYMeasurement_Period_FY_Second_YearPercent_With_Diabetes_EstimationEstimated_Percent_Confidence_Interval_LowEstimated_Percent_Confidence_Interval_HighDiabetes_CasesPatients_17_Years_And_Over_In_Practice_ListNote_For_Estimated_ValueEstimated_Value_Recent_TrendCompared_To_England_ValueCompared_To_Region_Value
E92000001EnglandCountry200920105.405.395.40233881343329604
E92000001EnglandCountry201020115.545.545.55245593744291915
E92000001EnglandCountry201120125.765.755.77256628844566837
E92000001EnglandCountry201220136.016.016.02270304444950726
E92000001EnglandCountry201320146.216.206.22281400445326285
E92000001EnglandCountry201420156.376.366.38291353845737325
E92000001EnglandCountry201520166.556.546.55303352946335291
E92000001EnglandCountry201620176.676.666.68311639946734733Increasing
E92000001EnglandE12000007London RegionRegion200920105.255.245.273588146828611Better
E92000001EnglandE12000007London RegionRegion201020115.365.345.373773107045409Better