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Appendix A

Key National & Local Priorities Performance Indicator Summary

Ref. No.

Key Performance Indicator

Data Frequency

Current Data

Expected Data

Current Milestone relating to Current Data

Current Performance

Year End Plan 2010/11

Forecast Outturn for 2010/11 Year Ending

Lead Director

Lead Manager

Existing Commitments Rachel Spencer-Henshall

EC01

Access to GUM Clinics - Offered

Monthly

Oct-10

Oct-10

100%

100%

100%

Judith Hooper

EC02

Ambulance - Category A calls meeting 8 minute standard (YAS Cumulative)

Monthly

Oct-10

Oct-10

75%

76.5

75%

Carol McKenna Rachel Carter

EC03

Ambulance - Category A calls meeting 19 minute standard (YAS Cumulative)

Monthly

Oct-10

Oct-10

95%

97.8%

95%

Carol McKenna Rachel Carter

EC04

Ambulance - Category B calls meeting 19 minute standard (YAS Cumulative)

Monthly

Oct-10

Oct-10

95%

94.6%

95%

Carol McKenna Rachel Carter

EC05

Commissioning of crisis resolution/home treatment services

Quarterly

Sep-10

Sep-10

425

455

850

Carol McKenna Vicky Dutchburn

EC06

Commissioning of early intervention in psychosis services

Quarterly

Sep-10

Sep-10

96

68

191

Carol McKenna Vicky Dutchburn

EC07a

Data quality on ethnic group - MHMDS

Monthly

Sep-10

Sep-10

90%

92.81%

90%

Peter Flynn

Helen Bridges

EC07b

Data quality on ethnic group - G&A FCEs

Monthly

Sep-10

Sep-10

90%

97.49%

90%

Peter Flynn

Helen Bridges

EC08

Delayed Transfer of care

Quarterly

Sep-10

Sep-10

0

12

0

Sheila Dilks

Paul Howatson

EC09

Diabetic retinopathy screening

Quarterly

Sep-10

Sep-10

100%

100%

100%

Judith Hooper

Gaynor Scholefield

EC13

Thrombolysis (time to reperfusion for patients who have had a heart attack)

Quarterly

Sep-10

Sep-10

68%

100%

68%

Sheila Dilks

Alison Bragg

EC14

Total time in A&E

Weekly

28/11/2010

28/11/2010

95%

97.02%

95%

Carol McKenna Tony Cooke

The Performance Team

Publication Date: 6th December 2010

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Appendix A

Ref. No.

Key Performance Indicator

Forecast Outturn for 2010/11 Year Ending

Data Frequency

Current Data

Expected Data

Current Milestone relating to Current Data

Monthly

Oct-10

Oct-10

95%

97.9%

95%

Carol McKenna Jim Barwick

Monthly

Oct-10

Oct-10

90%

85.2%

90%

Carol McKenna Jim Barwick

Monthly

Oct-10

Oct-10

95%

100%

95%

Carol McKenna Jim Barwick

Quarterly

Sep-10

Sep-10

<2 Achieved

5 Fail

0

Carol McKenna Jim Barwick

Carol McKenna Mark Jenkins

Current Performance

Year End Plan 2010/11

Lead Director

Lead Manager

Existing Commitments National Priority Indicators NPI01a NPI01b NPI01c

NPI01d

18 Week RTT Non Admitted Pathway (monthly validated data) 18 Week RTT Admitted Pathway (monthly validated data) 18 week RTT - Direct Access to Audiology - % of patients treated (monthly validated data) 18 Weeks RTT Non-Achievement of standards in all specialties (including DAA but excluding Orthopaedics) - no. of specialties that can fail each quarter

NPI02c

Access to primary care - patient survey

Annual

Jun-10

Jun-10

90%

91%

90%

NPI03a

Access to primary dental services

Monthly

Oct-10

Oct-10

274,482

256,652

277,574

NPI04a

All age all cause mortality - male Rate per 100,000

Annual

Dec-09

Dec-09

735

765.54

686

Judith Hooper

Deborah Collis

NPI04b

All age all cause mortality - female Rate per 100,000

Annual

Dec-09

Dec-09

556

552.54

528

Judith Hooper

Deborah Collis

NPI05a

All cancers: two week (14 days) wait

Monthly

Oct-10

Oct-10

93%

96.75%

93%

Carol McKenna Janet Cawtheray

NPI05b

Proportion of patients with breast symptoms referred to a specialist who are seen within two weeks of referral

Monthly

Oct-10

Oct-10

93%

92.16%

93%

Carol McKenna Janet Cawtheray

NPI06a

Cancer - one month (31 days) wait

Monthly

Oct-10

Oct-10

96%

98.46%

96%

Carol McKenna Janet Cawtheray

NPI06b

Proportion of patients waiting no more than 31 days for second or subsequent cancer treatment (surgery)

Monthly

Oct-10

Oct-10

94%

95.33%

94%

Carol McKenna Janet Cawtheray

The Performance Team

Publication Date: 6th December 2010

Carol McKenna Claire Priestley

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Appendix A Forecast Outturn for 2010/11 Year Ending

Data Frequency

Current Data

Expected Data

Current Milestone relating to Current Data

Monthly

Oct-10

Oct-10

98%

100%

98%

Carol McKenna Janet Cawtheray

NPI06c Proportion of patients waiting no more than 31 days (Shadow for second or subsequent cancer treatment Indicator until (radiotherapy treatments) Dec 2010)

Monthly

Oct-10

Oct-10

93%

97.18%

96%

Carol McKenna

NPI07a

Cancer - 2 month (62 days) wait

Monthly

Oct-10

Oct-10

85%

86.09%

85%

Carol McKenna Janet Cawtheray

NPI07b

National Screening Referral 62 days from receipt of referral to treatment

Monthly

Oct-10

Oct-10

90%

98.18%

90%

Carol McKenna Janet Cawtheray

NPI07b

Consultant upgrade targets 62 days from receipt of referral to treatment

Monthly

Oct-10

Oct-10

Plan yet to be published

88.37%

Plan yet to be published

Carol McKenna Janet Cawtheray

NPI08b

Breast cancer screening for women aged 53 - 70 (53-64 only)

Annual

Mar-09

Mar-09

70%

78.17%

70%

Judith Hooper

Nicky Hoyle

NPI08b

Breast cancer screening for women aged 53 - 70 (65-70 only)

Annual

Mar-09

Mar-09

65%

73.86%

65%

Judith Hooper

Nicky Hoyle

NPI09a (LAA)

Childhood obesity rate - Reception year

Annual

Sep-09

Sep-09

10%

9.3%

10%

Judith Hooper

Liz Messenger

NPI09b (LAA)

Childhood obesity rate - Year 6

Annual

Sep-09

Sep-09

17%

16.4%

17%

Judith Hooper

Liz Messenger

NPI10

Chlamydia screening (as a proxy for Chlamydia prevalence) - number of screens

Monthly

Sep-10

Sep-10

9,818

6,839

19,636

Judith Hooper

Rachel Spencer-Henshall

Ref. No.

Key Performance Indicator

Current Performance

Year End Plan 2010/11

Lead Director

Lead Manager

Existing Commitments Proportion of patients waiting no more than 31 days for NPI06b

second or subsequent cancer treatment (Drug Treatment)

The Performance Team

Publication Date: 6th December 2010

Janet Cawtheray

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Appendix A

Ref. No.

Forecast Outturn for 2010/11 Year Ending

Current Milestone relating to Current Data

Current Performance

Year End Plan 2010/11

4

4

4

Carol McKenna Debi Hemingway

4

4

4

Carol McKenna Debi Hemingway

has a full range of CAMHS services for children and young people with learning disabilities been commissioned for the council area (rate 1-4)

4

2

4

Carol McKenna Debi Hemingway

is a full range of early intervention support services delivered in universal settings and through targeted services for children experiencing mental health problems commissioned by the Local Authority and PCT in partnership (rate 1-4)

4

3

4

Carol McKenna Debi Hemingway

Key Performance Indicator

Data Frequency

Current Data

Expected Data

Lead Director

Lead Manager

Existing Commitments Commissioning of CAMHS:Are arrangements in place for the council are to ensure that 24 hour cover is available to meet urgent mental health needs of children and young people and for a specialist mental health assessment to be undertaken within 24 hours or the next working day (rate 1-4)

NPI11

do 16-17 year olds from the council area who require mental health services have access to services and accommodation appropriate to their age and level of maturity (rate 1-4)

Quarterly

Sep-10

Sep-10

NPI12

Experience of patients

Annual

Dec-09

Dec-09

NPI13 (LAA)

Four week smoking quitters (proxy for smoking prevalence

Monthly

Sep-10

Sep-10

The Performance Team

1146

Publication Date: 6th December 2010

1107

2295

Helena Corder

Kirsty Wayman

Judith Hooper

Rachel Spencer-Henshall

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Appendix A Forecast Outturn for 2010/11 Year Ending

Data Frequency

Current Data

Expected Data

Current Milestone relating to Current Data

Existing Commitments Incidence of Clostridium difficile - Kirklees

Monthly

Oct-10

Oct-10

86

82

NPI14

Incidence of Clostridium difficile - CHFT

Monthly

Oct-10

Oct-10

87

Incidence of Clostridium difficile - MYHT

Monthly

Oct-10

Oct-10

98

NPI15

NHS Staff satisfaction

Annual

Mar-10

Mar-10

60%

NPI16 (LAA)

Number of drug users recorded as being in effective treatment (12 months rolling programme - unvalidated data)

Monthly

Sep-10

Sep-10

1,495

1509

1,495

Carol McKenna Tony Cooke

NPI17a

Prevalence of breastfeeding at 6-8 weeks from birth

Quarterly

Sep-10

Sep-10

48.3%

42.5%

51.5%

Judith Hooper

Keith Henshall

NPI17b

Coverage of breastfeeding at 6-8 weeks from birth (feeding status recorded)

Quarterly

Sep-10

Sep-10

95%

96.69%

95%

Judith Hooper

Keith Henshall

Sep-10

Sep-10

95%

95.8%

95%

Sep-10

Sep-10

95%

93.86%

95%

Sep-10

Sep-10

95%

90.69%

95%

Ref. No.

NPI18

Key Performance Indicator

Proportion of individuals who complete immunisation by recommended ages (Children) Immunisation rate for children aged 1 who have been immunised for Diphtheria, Tetanus, Polio, Pertussis, Haemophilus influenza type b (Hib) - (DTaP/IPV/Hib) Immunisation rate for children aged 2 who have been immunised for Haemophilus influenza type b (Hib), meningitis C (MenC) - (Hib/MenC) Immunisation rate for children aged 2 who have been immunised for measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) (MMR)

The Performance Team

Quarterly

Publication Date: 6th December 2010

Current Performance

Year End Plan 2010/11

Lead Director

Lead Manager

150

Judith Hooper

Jane O'Donnell

43

151

Judith Hooper

Jane O'Donnell

78

168

Judith Hooper

Jane O'Donnell

Selected questions from the Staff Survey will be used to calculate a job satisfaction key score which will be used Sue Ellis to score this indicator overall

Judith Hooper

Carolyn Dixon

Jane O'Donnell

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Appendix A

Ref. No.

Key Performance Indicator

NPI18

Data Frequency

Current Data

Expected Data

Quarterly Immunisation rate for children aged 2 who have been Existing Commitments immunised for Pneumococcal infection (PCV) - (PCV) Immunisation rate for children aged 5 who have been immunised for Diphtheria, Tetanus, Polio, Pertussis (DTaP/IPV) Immunisation rate for children aged 5 who have been immunised for measles, mumps and rubella (MMR)

Current Milestone relating to Current Data

Current Performance

Year End Plan 2010/11

Sep-10

Sep-10

95%

91.18%

95%

Sep-10

Sep-10

95%

90.08%

95%

Sep-10

Sep-10

95%

88.79%

95%

Forecast Outturn for 2010/11 Year Ending

Lead Director

Lead Manager

Judith Hooper

Jane O'Donnell

NPI19

Reduction in cancer mortality rate in people age under 75 (20% by 2010)

Annual

Dec-09

Dec-09

116

117.62

114

Carol McKenna Janet Cawtheray

NPI20

Reduction in CVD mortality rate in people age under 75 (20% by 2010)

Annual

Dec-09

Dec-09

76.4

86.39

72

Sheila Dilks

Alison Bragg/Sarah Muckle

Quarterly

Sep-10

Sep-10

72.8%

79.59%

80.6%

Sheila Dilks

Hayley Haycock

Quarterly

Sep-10

Sep-10

50%

10%

60.9%

Sheila Dilks

Hayley Haycock

Annual

Mar-08

Mar-08

28.87

47.8

24.32

Judith Hooper

Rachel Spencer-Henshall

Quarterly

Sep-10

Sep-10

85%

88.41%

90%

Carol McKenna Keith Henshall

Monthly

Jun-10

Jun-10

76%

92.07%

100%

Judith Hooper

Nicky Hoyle

Quarterly

Sep-10

Sep-10

166,000

463

166,000

Sheila Dilks

Hayley Haycock

NPI21a NPI21b NPI22 (LAA)

NPI23 (LAA) VSA15 VSC23

Stroke Care - Percentage of patients spending more than 90% of hospital stay on stroke unit. (Thresholds against Plan) Stoke Care - Percentage of TIA patients treated within 24 hours Teenage conception rates per 1,000 females aged 15-17 Women who have seen a midwife or maternity healthcare professional by 12 completed weeks of pregnancy All women to receive results of cervical screening tests within 2 weeks NHS Health Checks

The Performance Team

Publication Date: 6th December 2010

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Appendix A

Ref. No.

Key Performance Indicator

Data Frequency

Current Data

Expected Data

Current Milestone relating to Current Data

Current Performance

Year End Plan 2010/11

Forecast Outturn for 2010/11 Year Ending

Lead Director

Lead Manager

Existing Commitments Additional Key Indicators OPI01a

MRSA - NHS Kirklees

Monthly

Oct-10

Oct-10

8

15

18

Judith Hooper

Jane O'Donnell

OPI01b

MRSA - CHFT Provider

Monthly

Oct-10

Oct-10

2

3

5

Judith Hooper

Jane O'Donnell

OPI01c

MRSA - MYHT Provider

Monthly

Oct-10

Oct-10

6

8

11

Judith Hooper

Jane O'Donnell

OPI02

Extended opening hours of GP practices

Monthly

Oct-10

Oct-10

85.1%

88.9%

86.5%

Carol McKenna Mark Jenkins

OPI03

Convenience and choice - GP Referrals (PCT Booking)

Monthly

Oct-10

Oct-10

90%

51%

90%

Carol McKenna Rachel Carter

OPI06 (LAA)

Number of emergency bed days

Monthly

Sep-10

Sep-10

85,735

102,225

171,469

Monthly

Aug-10

Aug-10

2,208

2,314

5,299

Monthly

Aug-10

Aug-10

0

44

0

OPI07 OPI08

Hospital admissions for ambulatory care sensitive conditions (100,000) Patients waiting longer than 6 weeks for a diagnostic test (15 diagnostics)

Carol McKenna Pat Andrewartha Sheila Dilks

Joanne Crewe

Carol McKenna Tony Cooke

Local Area Agreement NPI09a (LAA)

Childhood obesity rate - Reception year

Annual

Sep-09

Sep-09

10%

9.3%

10%

Judith Hooper

Liz Messenger

NPI09b (LAA)

Childhood obesity rate - Year 6

Annual

Sep-09

Sep-09

17%

16.4%

17%

Judith Hooper

Liz Messenger

NPI13 (LAA)

Four week smoking quitters (proxy for smoking prevalence

Monthly

Sep-10

Sep-10

1146

1107

2295

Judith Hooper

Rachel Spencer-Henshall

The Performance Team

Publication Date: 6th December 2010

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Appendix A

Ref. No.

Key Performance Indicator

Existing Commitments NPI17a Prevalence of breastfeeding at 6-8 weeks from birth NPI17b NPI16 (LAA)

Coverage of breastfeeding at 6-8 weeks from birth (feeding status recorded) Number of drug users recorded as being in effective treatment (12 months rollingn programme - unvalidated data)

NPI22 (LAA)

Teenage conception rates per 1,000 females aged 15-17

NPI23 (LAA)

Women who have seen a midwife or maternity healthcare professional by 12 completed weeks of pregnancy

LAA & NIS50

Emotional health of children

Smoking Prevalence - % of women known to be LAAHC&OPLP smoking at birth in Dewsbury 11 Smoking Prevalence - % of women known to be smoking at birth in Batley LAAHC&OPLP Number of women of child bearing age drinking above 13 safe, sensible limits LAASSCLP13a number of adult structured alcohol treatment episodes LAASSCLP13b

% of adult dependent drinkers exiting structured specialist treatment through care planned discharges

LA&NIS137

Healthy Life Expectancy at age 65

The Performance Team

Data Frequency

Current Data

Expected Data

Current Milestone relating to Current Data

Quarterly

Sep-10

Sep-10

48.3%

42.5%

Quarterly

Sep-10

Sep-10

95%

Monthly

Sep-10

Sep-10

Annual

Mar-08

Quarterly

Current Performance

Year End Plan 2010/11

Forecast Outturn for 2010/11 Year Ending

Lead Director

Lead Manager

51.5%

Judith Hooper

Keith Henshall

96.69%

95%

Judith Hooper

Keith Henshall

1,495

1509

1,494

Carol McKenna Tony Cooke

Mar-08

28.87

47.8

24.32

Judith Hooper

Sep-10

Sep-10

85%

88.41%

90%

Carol McKenna Keith Henshall

Annual

Mar-10

Mar-10

72.10%

60.30%

72.10%

Annual

Mar-09

Mar-09

24%

33%

18%

Rachel Spencer-Henshall

Carol McKenna Debi Hemingway

Judith Hooper

Rachel Spencer-Henshall

Annual

Mar-09

Mar-09

24%

30%

18%

Annual

Apr-09

Apr-09

28.7

28.7

28.7

Carol McKenna Cathy Munroe

Annual

Mar-10

Mar-10

960

812

960

Carol McKenna Jo Hilton-Jones

Quarterly

Sep-10

Sep-10

65%

69%

65%

Carol McKenna Jo Hilton-Jones

Awaiting results from 2011 Census

Census years

Publication Date: 6th December 2010

Judith Hooper

Judith Hooper

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