OneAnalytics

A comprehensive set of dashboards designed to make the running of your surgery an absolute breeze. 

Dashboards for QOF break up your data into:

  • These are broken up into BP indicators, diabetic control, disease optimisation, disease reviews, time limited indicators and other by the colour of the block
  • Vital for when you’re getting towards QOF year end and are trying to pull in patients who will achieve multiple areas
  • Very useful for planning multimorbidity reviews with staff members who have different skill mixes – you can filter by all the above areas to decide who to bring in for which clinician.
  • See all blood pressure indicators in one chart – for patients with CHD, diabetes, hypertension, mental health or stroke/TIA.
  • You are able to select or pull out the individual disease areas one by one or groupled together
  • Patients are represented by dots, with green being well controlled BP when last checked and red if poorly controlled – so easily select and pull out your poorly controlled and highest risk patients
  • Easily see how long since the patients last review and which patients had high BP when last checked.
  • Group all your time limited QOF indicators in one place so you can see who needs calling in easily in one place.
  • No running multiple searches every month
  • For each of the QOF areas that need reviews, easily see those patients who are outstanding and when they were last seen.
  • For each QOF area where disease optimisation is needed, see which patients need to be reviewed
  • Also easily see if they have had previously declined treatment or been coded as maximum tolerated treatment
  • See each patient as a dot with colour co-ordination for last control level – green for good, red for bad
  • Separate patients into frail and non-frail
  • Then futher subdivided into patients who have previous exceptions or those who don’t
  • Easily see which patients need administrative tasks undertaking
  • Easily see which patients are overdue their blood monitoring for DMARDs and DOACs
  • Organised by those who are most out of date on the left, and those only just out of date towards the right
  • Ensure all your patients are properly coded for QOF and other areas
  • Enhance patient care
  • Drive up payments for QOF
  • And these are also broken down into team members – so out of each area you can see who is missing the most targets

See patients grouped into number of chronic conditions

  • Then number of appointments are plotted against number of repeat medications
  • So you can decide which patients need to see your clinical pharmacist or social prescriber
  • Bigger dots are older patients and smaller dots are younger

How can this help my PCN?

  • Easily see variability between practices
  • Use data to centralise recall of patients leading to efficiency savings
  • Review activity data
  • Identify frequent flier patients to plan interventions
  • Easily see how you are performing against the PCN DES targets