What's New in Tools

Reducing unintentional injuries

23 June 2014
New reports to help local authorities and partners reduce unintentional injuries in children and young people.

Child Health Profiles 2014 - PDF reports

19 March 2014
These popular profiles provide a snapshot of child health and wellbeing for each local authority in England using key health indicators.

Early Years Profiles

10 March 2014
New Early Years Profiles enable you to make local and national comparisons with key indicators about children aged 0-5 years. Trend information also available.

Disease Management Information Toolkit (DMIT)

27 February 2014
This tool has been updated with data at clinical commissioning group (CCG) level for 2012/13.

Children and Young People’s Health Benchmarking Tool

7 January 2014
This new tool brings together and builds upon health outcome data from the Public Health Outcomes Framework and the NHS Outcomes Framework.

Annual report of the Chief Medical Officer 2012. Our children deserve better: prevention pays

24 October 2013
As part of the report (annex 9) we have produced an updated Atlas of Variation in the Health of Children and Young People 2013.

Outcomes versus expenditure tool – CAMHS

9 October 2013
This tool has been updated with the latest 2011/12 data.

Disease Management Information Toolkit

This data opened our eyes to the reality of our position regionally”

Doncaster PCT

“Presenting complex data in a meaningful way that has the power to transform care”

Paediatrician

The Disease Management Information Toolkit (DMIT) is a good practice toolkit designed to help increase the efficiency of services for children with long-term conditions - asthma, diabetes and epilepsy. It was originally developed by the Department of Health for the NHS to help service providers identify which conditions contribute to high numbers of emergency bed days.

This toolkit is primarily aimed at clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) and commissioners of children's health and social care services, although it will inform those working with people with long-term conditions at all levels.

The toolkit uses data already in the public domain to present information in a user-friendly format. It also provides a summary report of key data and information on trends over time and potential cost savings.

The toolkit has information at CCG level on emergency hospital admissions for patients aged under 19 years with a primary diagnosis of asthma, diabetes or epilepsy. It has been updated to include 2012/13 Hospital Episode Statistics (HES) data.

DMIT includes:

  • Emergency admission rates, bed days and lengths of stay against a range of different comparators.
  • Red, amber and green colour coding to highlight where a CCG is better, worse or similar to comparator areas.
  • The ability to download the report as a pdf for printing.

The toolkit uses data from the HES, Health and Social Care Information Centre data warehouse on emergency admissions, emergency bed days and length of stay.


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