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1 South Ayrshire Community Health Partnership Summary of key SOA health priority information – September 2012

2 High level indicator % of babies exclusively breastfed at 6-8 week review as a % of all babies receiving a 6-8 week review Source: ISD Scotland, sent by -June 2012 Notes p = provisional

3 High level indicator b) % of babies exclusively breastfed at 6-8 week review as a % of all babies receiving a 6-8 week review for the Regeneration Areas Source: ISD Scotland, by -June 2012 Notes p= provisional Deprivation data are derived from postcodes which fall within the 15% most deprived datazones, based on the SIMD 2009

4 High level indicator c) Percentage of women recorded as current smoker at ante-natal booking appointment Source: SMR02 –provided by Business intelligence Department, June 2012

5 High level indicator % of overweight or obese children a) P1 Source: ISD Scotland Childhood BMI Statistics, June 2012

6 High level indicator Li12d(2) Number of hospital admissions as a result of unintentional injuries for a) children (<15 years) Source: ISD Scotland website June 2012

7 High level indicator Li9a(1) Rates of hospital admissions of patients with primary diagnosis of COPD, Asthma, Diabetes and CHD per 100,000 population. Source: ISD Scotland website – June 2012

8 High level indicator Li9a(1) Rates of hospital admissions of patients with primary diagnosis of COPD, Asthma, Diabetes and CHD per 100,000 population. Source: ISD Scotland website – June 2012

9 High level indicator Li9a(1) Rates of hospital admissions of patients with primary diagnosis of COPD, Asthma, Diabetes and CHD per 100,000 population. Source: ISD Scotland website – June 2012

10 High level indicator Li9a(1) Rates of hospital admissions of patients with primary diagnosis of COPD, Asthma, Diabetes and CHD per 100,000 population. Source: ISD Scotland website – June 2012

11 Updated graphs as at June 2012 High level indicator Li9a(1) Rates of hospital emergency admission bed days of patients with primary diagnosis of COPD, Asthma, Diabetes and CHD per 100,000 population. Source: ISD Scotland website – June 2012

12 Updated graphs as at June 2012 High level indicator Li9a(1) Rates of hospital admissions bed days of patients with primary diagnosis of COPD, Asthma, Diabetes and CHD per 100,000 population. Source: ISD Scotland website – June 2012

13 Updated graphs as at June 2012 High level indicator Li9a(1) Rates of hospital admissions bed days of patients with primary diagnosis of COPD, Asthma, Diabetes and CHD per 100,000 population. Source: ISD Scotland website – June 2012

14 Updated graphs as at June 2012 High level indicator Li9a(1) Rates of hospital admissions bed days of patients with primary diagnosis of COPD, Asthma, Diabetes and CHD per 100,000 population. Source: ISD Scotland website – June 2012

15 Updated graph as at June 2012 High level indicator Li9b(1) Premature mortality rates in under 75s in relation to CHD (All Heart Disease) Source: ISD Scotland website – June 2012

16 Updated graph as at June 2012 High level indicator Li9b(2) Life Expectancy at birth (Male) Source: General Register Office for Scotland (June 12)

17 Li9b(2) Life Expectancy at birth (Female) Li9b(2) Life Expectancy at birth (Male & Female)

18 Updated graph as at June 2012 High level indicator Li9e(2) Annual rate of increase in the number of daily defined dose per capita of anti-depressants Source: Extracted from PRISMS – June 2012

19 High level indicator Li9e(3) Number of people with a diagnosis of dementia on the Quality and Outcomes Framework Dementia Register Source: ISD Scotland national statistics release – extracted from site - June 2012

20 High level indicator Li11a(1). Number of inpatient discharges with an alcohol-related diagnosis per 100,000 population Source: Publication: “Alcohol Related Hospital Statistics 2012.” ISD Scotland (smr01) - Date extracted June 2012 Note: EASR = European Age Standardised Rate per 100,000 population

21 High level indicator Li12d(2) Number of hospital admissions as a result of unintentional injuries for older people(65+). Source: ISD Scotland website June 2012

22 Delayed Hospital Discharge Delayed discharge – number of people waiting more than 6 weeks for discharge to appropriate setting The table below shows that South Ayrshire is performing well in relation to Delayed Discharge with none beyond the initial 6 week target, none beyond the 4 week (new target) and reducing numbers for the future 2 week target. Table 1 - Comparison of censuses Length of delay Census dateup to 2 weeks2-4 weeks4-6 weeks6 weeks plus South Ayrshire 2007 (Apr) (Apr) (Apr) (Apr) (Apr) (Apr) 4300 SCOTLAND 2007 (Apr) (Apr) (Apr) (Apr) (Apr) (Apr) Source :ISD Delayed Discharges

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24 Proportion of 75+ population with Telecare Packages (2011) The table below illustrates South Ayrshire’s position, significantly lower than Scotland as a whole, both East and North Ayrshire and being 8th from bottom of provision.

25 % 65+ receiving 10 hours+ Home Care 2011 The table below illustrates South Ayrshire’s position in relation to Home Care although with the introduction of Re-ablement across South Ayrshire the percentage is likely to fall. Consequently, this target is ambiguous and less helpful.

26 Updated graph as at June 2012 Li9b(1) Premature mortality rates in under 75s in relation to CHD

27 Updated graph as at June 2012 High level indicator Li9c(2) Number of people aged 65 and over admitted as an emergency inpatient 2 or more times in a single year per 100,000 population. Source: ISD Scotland website – June 2012

28 High level indicator Li9c(2) Number of people aged 65 and over admitted as an emergency inpatient 2 or more times in a single year per 100,000 population. Source: ISD Scotland website – June 2012

29 Last 6 months of life spent at home or community The table below illustrates this target as being a challenging one for South Ayrshire with the overall trend being in the wrong direction (compared to NHS Ayrshire and Arran and Scotland, overall. However, South Ayrshire was markedly better than Scotland in 2007/8 and still remains at a higher rate than Scotland albeit it with this negative trajectory.


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