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This indicator measures the average number of delayed transfers of care (for those aged 18 and over), per 100,000 population. It is part of the Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework (ASCOF).

The proportion of people aged 65 and over discharged from acute or community hospitals to their own home or to a residential or nursing care home or extra care housing for rehabilitation, with a clear intention that they will move on/back to their own home, who are at home or in extra care housing or an adult placement scheme setting 91 days after the date of their discharge from hospital. Part of the Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework.

A map that shows the population estimates of emergency hospital admissions by age standardised rate (all ages) because of COPD in Bolton by ward.

A map that shows the population estimates of emergency hospital admissions by age standardised rate (all ages) because of myocardial infraction in Bolton by ward

A map that shows the population estimates of emergency hospital admissions by age standardised rate (all ages) because of stroke in Bolton by ward

A map that shows the population estimates of emergency hospital admissions by age standardised rate (all ages) because of CHD in Bolton by ward

A map that shows the population estimates of child emergency admissions for ages 0-17 in Bolton by ward.

A map that shows the population estimates of emergency hospital admissions in Bolton between 2006/07 and 2010/11 by ward.

This is the Emergency Admissions for Chronic Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions JSNA Indicator Sheet from the Disease and Ill Health section. JSNA Indicator Sheets summarise the current position and recent trends for Bolton, comparators to Bolton, and inequalities across population groups and geographical areas of Bolton.

Headlines

 

  • Bolton currently has a higher rate of emergency admissions for chronic ambulatory care sensitive (ACS) conditions than England, but is just lower than the North West average;
  • There has been little change in the rate, both locally and nationally, since 2005/06;
  • Bolton has a higher rate of ACS admissions than the England average across all three diagnosis categories - acute, chronic, and vaccine;
  • Bolton has an average rate of ACS admissions for its statistical peer group

This Winter Forecast for NHS Emergency Care synthesis report brings together policy, evidence and intelligence to show the scale of, and trends in, excess emergency hospital admissions across the North West in winter, both overall and for specific conditions, such as respiratory and circulatory diseases.

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