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Table 1 Number of practices participating in Local QOF by indicator and year

From: Does a local financial incentive scheme reduce inequalities in the delivery of clinical care in a socially deprived community? A longitudinal data analysis

Clinical and public Health Priority Indicator 2007–08 2008–09 2009-10 2010–11
Weight management BMI register >25 recorded within 5 years 79 80 80
BMI register >25 recorded last 15 months 79 80 80
BMI >25 intervention last 15 months 79 80 80
Alcohol Register number of units last 27 months 79 80 80 83
Females >14 units and males >21 units offered brief intervention 79 79 80 83
Learning disabilities Register over 18 years with a learning disability 77 80 80 83
Those on register with a review recorded in the preceding 15 months. 77 80 80 83
Osteoporosis Register of females aged 65–74 with a fracture last 15 months 80 80 80 83
Proportion of register referred for a DEXA scan 80 80 80 83
Register aged >16 years who have at least one repeat prescription for oral prednisolone in last 6 months 75 76 80 83
Percentage on prednisolone register DEXA scan or referral in last 15 months 75 76 80 83
Percentage over 65 years prescribed prednisolone in the last 6 months, DEXA scan or referral in last 15 months, or assessed for osteoporosis risk. 75 76 80 83
Register over 75 years had a fragility fracture of the vertebrae, hip, wrist, or humerus since their 75th Birthday 80 83
Percentage over 75 years had a fragility fracture of the vertebrae, hip, wrist, or humerus since their 75th Birthday, assessed and treated for Osteoporosis risk ever. 80 83
Chlamydia screening Register aged 15 to 24. 42 79 80
Proportion between 15–24 years offered screening and have a recorded result 42 79 80 82
  1. Blank cells indicate where the indicator was not yet introduced or had been withdrawn from the scheme