NHS Digital has published data for emergency readmissions for hospitals in England between 2013/14 and 2017/18.
These figures show that emergency readmissions nationally have increased from 12.5% in 2013/14 to 13.8% in 2017/18. The data also shows that emergency readmissions range from 14.9% in the most deprived areas to 12.7% in the least deprived.
The new data can be found in the CCG outcomes indicator set and the NHS outcomes framework.
The local authority area data profiles bring together data to show how different services work together, providing a picture of the health and social care system in each local authority area.
The updated data profiles draw on analysis of CQC data as well as nationally collected and published data collections and include information on the quality, provision and staffing of health and social care services. This spring 2019 update includes new and updated data on areas such as delayed transfers of care, costs of adult social care and A&E attendances.
The profiles focus on the care pathway for people aged 65 or over living in these areas and were created to help CQC carry out its local system reviews in 2017/18.
The Department of Health and Social Care has issued details of the state-backed indemnity scheme for general practice. PCC is running events to explain the implications of the scheme on 23 May in Leeds and 26 June in London.
NHS England has now published the response to the 12-week consultation, which ran from August to October 2018, on the proposed contracting arrangements for integrated care providers (ICPs). Nearly 3800 responses were received from stakeholders and members of the public.
A letter from NHS England provides details of the changes that are needed to allocations resulting from the GP contract settlement. The accompanying spreadsheet shows how the allocations have been adjusted for each CCG area.