London NHS Vital Signs indicators for the quality of stroke care

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London Primary Care Trust (PCT) performance against the Department of Health ‘Vital Signs’ indicators on the quality of stroke care.

The data shows planned performance and actual year to date (YTD) performance for all London PCTs on the following:

The percentage of people who were admitted to hospital following a stroke, who then spent 90% of their time on a stroke unit.

The percentage of Transient Ischaemic Attack (TIA) cases with a higher risk of stroke who are then subsequently treated within 24 hours in an outpatient setting

Data source: Department of Health Vital Signs Monitoring Return

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Additional Information

Added to 03/12/2010
Theme Health
Temporal coverage 1/4/2010 - 31/12/2010
Precision To the nearest 0.01 percent
Update frequency quarterly
Temporal granularity quarter
Mandate No value
Geographic coverage No value
Schema/Vocabulary No value
Code list No value
Service Level No value