What's New in Tools

Child Health Profiles 2016 - PDF reports

15 March 2016
These popular profiles provide a snapshot of child health and wellbeing for each local authority in England using key health indicators.

Health behaviours in young people

15 March 2016
Our Health Behaviours in Young People Tool gives an insight into healthy lifestyles and risky behaviours. Two-page summaries available for each local authority.

Teenage Parent Outcomes Modelling Tool

24 February 2016
This new tool for teenage pregnancy leads in local authorities brings together data and evidence about factors that affect outcomes for teenage parents and their babies. It allows you to model the potential impact of local services on outcomes in your area.

Child Health Clinical Indicator Summaries

17 December 2015
These summaries present children and young people’s health and healthcare data for each of the 12 strategic clinical network (SCN) areas to help identify priorities, benchmark and track progress and outcomes.

Mental health in pregnancy, the postnatal period and babies and toddlers: needs assessment report

9 December 2015
Our new needs assessment report brings together data and evidence on mental health in pregnancy, the postnatal period and babies and toddlers. Available for local authorities and CCGs.

Continence in children

5 October 2015
We’ve updated our Needs Assessment Report about continence in children and young people with the latest data for local authorities and CCGs. This is one of a series of popular reports which help you undertake local needs assessments as part of children’s and young people’s planning and joint strategic needs assessments.

NHS Atlas of Variation in Healthcare 2015

21 September 2015
We bring together over 60 indicators relating to the care of mothers, babies, children and young people to support the NHS Atlas of Variation in Healthcare in highlighting and tackling unwarranted variation in healthcare and health outcomes.

Outcomes versus Expenditure Tools

A very useful tool... that helps identify and provide evidence for service redesign potential which will improve quality, efficiency and clinical outcomes for both commissioner and patient”

Commissioner

Using the Outcomes versus Expenditure Tools you can compare expenditure and other aspects of services with a number of outcome measures at local authority and primary care trust (PCT) level.

As a commissioner, the Outcomes versus Expenditure Tools allow you to pinpoint opportunities to improve the quality of outcomes and productivity for services in your local area. You can use the tools to:

  • Compare expenditure within a fixed area with service performance in terms of health and well-being outcomes.
  • Identify where either your expenditure or performance is significantly different to that of other organisations including your statistical neighbours.
  • See where you are an outlier.
  • Find better performing organisations you might be able to learn from about what works well and how you can replicate it.

You will also find the tools useful if you are a provider of services, as a means of sparking discussion with local commissioners about ways to improve services.

The Outcomes versus Expenditure Tools currently available are:

  • CAMHS (child and adolescent mental health services)
  • Child Health
  • Maternity and Newborn

You can find out more about each tool below or follow the link to use the tools.

Child and adolescent mental health (CAMHS)

The tool provides two charts. One chart shows spending and outcomes in 2011/12; the other chart compares the change in spending to the change in outcomes between 2010/11 and 2011/12.

The tool looks at the following outcome measures:

  • Entrants to the Youth Justice System
  • Accident and emergency attendances for self-harm
  • Hospital admissions for self-harm
  • Hospital admissions for alcohol abuse
  • Hospital admissions for substance misuse
  • Hospital admissions for mental health problems
  • Educational attainment for pupils with SEN

The tool looks at the following cost measures:

  • Programme budgeting
  • Local authority expenditure on youth justice
  • Local authority expenditure on services for young people

Child Health

The tool provides two charts. One chart shows expenditure in 2010/11 compared to outcomes in a similar time period; the other chart compares the change in expenditure to the change in outcomes between 2009/10 and 2010/11. The tool looks at the following outcome measures:

  • Percentage of children achieving a good level of development
  • Percentage of children completing the MMR immunisation course
  • Percentage of children completing the Diphtheria, Tetanus, Polio, Pertussis and Hib immunisation course
  • Percentage of girls completing uptake of Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine
  • Hospital admission rate for alcohol specific conditions
  • Percentage of pupils classified as obese
  • Percentage of children with tooth decay
  • Emergency hospital admission rate
  • Emergency hospital admission rate for long term conditions
  • Accident and Emergency attendance rate
  • Paediatric outpatient attendance rate
  • Under 18 conception rate
  • Percentage of young people testing positive for chlamydia

Maternity and Newborn

The tool provides two charts. One chart shows spending in 2010/11 compared to outcomes in a similar time period; the other chart compares the change in spending to the change in outcomes between 2009/10 and 2010/11. The tool looks at the following outcome measures:

  • Percentage smoking at delivery
  • Percentage low birthweight
  • Percentage very low birthweight
  • General fertility rate
  • Stillbirth rate
  • Normal delivery rate
  • Caesarean section rate
  • Percentage breastfeeding initiation
  • Perinatal mortality rate
  • Neonatal mortality rate
  • Infant mortality rate

Acknowledgements

This tool is based on methodologies used within the PCT Spend and Outcomes Factsheets and Tool (SPOT) and Diabetes Outcomes Versus Expenditure (DOVE) tool developed by the Yorkshire and Humber Public Health Observatory.

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