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Requests - February 2015

Date

Reference

Question(s)

Response

02/02/2015

01/15

1. Is the NHS Continuing Healthcare process for individual residents in your CCG, carried out whilst these individuals are inpatients within your acute NHS Trusts?

2. Do you utilise the Discharge to Assess model of discharging patients from the acute setting, in order to undertake the NHS Continuing Healthcare process elsewhere?

3. What percentage of individuals undergoing the NHS Continuing Healthcare process are found eligible?

4. What percentage of those initially eligible individuals remain eligible for NHS Continuing Healthcare at 3 month review?

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03/02/2015

02/15

I would like to FOI request a structure chart for the finance department in the NHS Southern Derbyshire CCG.

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03/02/2015 03/15 1.Who do you currently use to provide alcohol detoxification services? ie. A Consultant lead out patient service, a local private provider, charity etc? What service did the CCG commission?

2. Has your provider changed since CCGs came into being? If yes, can you explain why?

3. Is the provider a registered charity?

4. Does your CCG fund inpatient alcohol detox programmes?

5. Does your CCG fund community alcohol detox programmes?

6. What is the target from initial referral to getting an initial assessment, and then target for referral to a place on an alcohol detox programme? Can you answer this for both inpatient and outpatient referrals if available separately.

7. How many patients are currently waiting for inpatient alcohol or outpatient alcohol detox programmes.

8. Can you break down the number of referrals per month since the CCG started, so how many people are being referred into alcohol services.

9. Can you break down the number of people per month since the CCG started, for have inpatient or outpatient detoxification - and separate the two numbers?

10. How many prescribing detoxification specialists work in the alcohol service the CCG commissions? Are these Substance misuse consultants or GPs with a special interest or prescribing nurses or other - can you separate the figures

11. How many patients have died whilst waiting for an inpatient detox or outpatient detox (since the CCG came into existence). Please give separate figures

12. How many patients have been admitted for an alcohol related injury whilst awaiting an inpatient or outpatient detox. If a patient has been admitted several times, can you also highlight this?

13. How is the service you commission working against its targets you set. Please give any results against between the CCG and commissioned service.

14. Do you have specialist separate help for alcoholic pregnant women? Have you set different targets with the provider, or is it all commissioned as part of the service. Please given details on any special targets you have made with the service provider.

15. What is the average wait from referral into the service to the outpatient or inpatient alcohol detoxification programme? Can you separate the results from inpatient to outpatient services?

16. What was the shortest wait and longest wait from referral into the service to outpatient or inpatient alcohol detoxification programme? Can you separate the results from inpatient to outpatient services?

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 06/02/2015 04/15 1. How many Individual Funding Requests were made in
a) 2012/13
b) 2013/14
c) the first two financial quarters of 2014/15?

2. Of the requests made, how many were made for cataract procedures in
a) 2012/13
b) 2013/14
c) the first two financial quarters of 2014/15?

3. Of the funding requests made, please state what the five most commonly requested treatments were in
a) 2013/13
b) 2013/14
c) the first financial quarters of 2014/15

4. How many Individual Funding Requests (of the overall number of requests) were approved and not in
a) 2012/13
b) 2013/14
c) the first two financial quarters of 2014/15?

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06/02/2015 06/15 We kindly request therefore that you provide us with a copy of your care pathway (or pathways) for paediatric continence (bedwetting, daytime wetting, toilet training, constipation/soiling). This will help us to improve the quality of paediatric continence services nationally.  Click here for Response
06/02/2015 07/15 1. The value of the enhanced services (or services formerly known as enhanced services) you have commissioned or intend to commission in 2015/16

2. he value of enhanced services you have commissioned or intend to commission through AQP in 2015/16

3. The value of enhanced services you commissioned have commissioned or intend to commission through competitive tender in 2015/16

4. The value of enhanced services awarded to non-GP practices in 2015/16

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04/02/2015 08/15

1. The number of patients treated outside hospital where congestive heart failure was recorded as a reason

2. The number of patients treated in hospital where congestive heart failure was recorded as a reason

3. The number of patients treated outside hospital for a urinary tract infection

4. The number of unplanned admissions to hospital by patients, owing to a urinary tract infection

5. For the above patients, the average number of nights they stayed in hospital after they were admitted

6. The aggregate income received for treating these patients (this should be the same as the tariff for these patients multiplied by the number of patients multiplied by the average number of nights)

7. The number of planned admissions to hospital by patients, owing to a urinary tract infection

8. For the above patients, the average number of nights they stayed in hospital after they were admitted

9. The aggregate income received for treating these patients (as above, this should be the same as the tariff for these patients multiplied by the number of patients multiplied by the average number of nights)

10. The number of patients treated outside hospital for a blocked urinary catheter

11. The number of unplanned admissions to hospital by patients, owing to a blocked urinary catheter

12. For the above patients, the average number of nights they stayed in hospital after they were admitted

13. The aggregate income received for treating these patients (as above, this should be the same as the tariff for these patients multiplied by the number of patients multiplied by the average number of nights)

14. The number of planned admissions to hospital by patients, owing to a blocked urinary catheter

15. For the above patients, the average number of nights they stayed in hospital after they were admitted

16. The aggregate income received for treating these patients (as above this should be the same as the tariff for these patients multiplied by the number of patients multiplied by the average number of nights)

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04/02/2015

09/15

1. How many People received full CHC funding for 2012/2013 and 2013/2014 in GEM?

2. How many of these were in Residential Care homes, Nursing Care Homes, Hospitals, how many were in their own homes?

3. How many continued to receive funding following 3 month review.

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10/02/2015

10/15

1. When services containing a persistent pain element will be under review

2. When the current contractual agreement for persistent pain services is to end

3. The likelihood that there will be open competition for the persistent pain service at the end of the current contract

4. Where would the opportunity be advertised?

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10/02/2015 11/15

2015-16 Activity and Finance Plan submitted to NHS England by NHS Southern Derbyshire CCG.

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12/02/2015 12/15 What was the (1) average and (2) maximum waiting time in each of the following financial years: (a) 2009-10, (b) 2010-11, (c) 2011-12, (d) 2012-13, (e) 2013-14 for:

a.) Referral to CAMHS to assessment by CAMHS

b.) Assessment by CAMHS to first psychological therapy treatment

c.) Referral to CAMHS to first psychological therapy treatment

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12/02/2015 13/15

1. Please can you provide an account of the amount of money spent on Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMHS) services by your CCG in the following financial years;
a) 2010/11 
b) 2011/12 
c) 2012/13 
d) 2013/14 
e) 2014/15 
f) 2015/16

2. Please can you provide the amount spent by your CCG on Child and Adolescent Mental Health services (CAMHS) for eating disorders in the following financial years;  
a) 2010/11 
b) 2011/12 
c) 2012/13 
d) 2013/14 
e) 2014/15 
f) 2015/16

3. Please can you provide the number of referrals to Child and Adolescent Mental Health services (CAMHS) in your CCG area and the number who received treatment for the following years;
a) 2010/11 
b) 2011/12 
c) 2012/13 
d) 2013/14 
e) 2014/15 
f) 2015/16

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12/02/2015 14/15 1. Did your Clinical Commissioning Group commission any form of fracture liaison services in 2013/14 and 2014/15, and is it planning to commission them in 2015/16?

2. How much did your Clinical Commissioning Group spend on fracture liaison services in 2013/14 and 2014/15, and how much are you planning to spend on such services in 2015/16?

3. How many people used fracture liaison services commissioned by your Clinical Commissioning Group in 2013/14 and 2014/15 (to date)?

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13/02/2015 15/15

1. Please would you indicate if your CCG has a contract with a CSU or other provider organisation for medicines management and/or medicines optimisation services that support the appropriate use of medicines.

2. Please would you indicate the total value of these contracts? £ / annum

3. Please would you indicate the term of these contracts and the date on which they expire?

4. Please would you supply either the full contract or at least the service specification for these contracts?

5. Please would you indicate the key performance indicators or the outcomes that are measured within the monitoring of these contracts? 
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13/02/2015 16/15

1. Those with lymphoedema/chronic oedema related to cancer treatment

2. Those with lymphoedema/chronic oedema not related to cancer treatment

3. Those who need ongoing supported self-management as a result of lymphoedema/chronic oedema.

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13/02/2015 17/15

In order to better understand the dynamics of the UK hearing aid market I'm submitting a FOI request for number of hearing aids NHS Southern Derbyshire CCG has commissioned from providers of Audiology Services since your foundation.  Ideally I would like these data:

  • ·On a monthly basis
  • ·Separated by provider
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18/02/2015

18/15

Contact details within finance and procurement, including full name, actual job title, direct contact number and direct email address.

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20/02/2015 19/15

Do you hold information about the numbers of patients which practices in this area are able to accommodate both now and in the future?  

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19/02/2015 20/15

1) What, if any, social media management platform do you use within the department? (e.g. CrowdControl, HootSuite, Meltwater Buzz etc)

2) If using a paid-for social media management platform how much does this cost either per year or per month

3) How long does this contract last for and when was it awarded?

4) How many users does this contract allow for?

5) What, if any, media enquiry management softare do you use? (e.g. Gorkana, Veulio, COLIN)

Please provide the email address of the person reponsible for social media within your organisation

6) If using a paid-for media enquiry management solution how much does this cost either per year or per month?

7) How long does this contract last for and when was it awarded?

8) How many users does this contract allow for?

Please provide the email address for your Head of Media or Corporate Communication within your organisation

9) What, if any, Freedom of Information enquiry management softare do you use? (e.g. CC Tracker, KnowAll Enquire)

10) If using a paid-for media enquiry management solution how much does this cost either per year or per month?

11) How long does this contract last for and when was it awarded?

12) How many users does this contract allow for?

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25/02/2015 21/15

1. How many full-time equivalent specialist nurses for a) Motor Neurone Disease and b) all neurological conditions were employed in your Clinical Commissioning Group in April 2013, April 2014 and how many are employed at the time you respond to this request?

2. How many patients diagnosed with a) Motor Neuron Disease, b) Multiple Sclerosis and c) Parkinson’s Disease received support from a specialist nurse in your Clinical Commissioning Group in 2013/14 and 2014/15 (to date)?

3. How much did your Clinical Commissioning Group spend on employing specialist nurses for neurological conditions in 2013/14 and 2014/15, and how much are you planning to spend on it in 2015/16?

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 25/02/2015 22/15 For the financial years 2013/14 and 2014/15, how much did you spend on buying magazines or magazine subscriptions intended for waiting rooms in GP surgeries and hospitals? Click here for Response