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The NHS Atlas of Variation in Healthcare 2015 includes 102 maps. The Atlas tools can be used in combination with the CVD Commissioning for Value focus packs and the Spend and Outcome tool to…
 
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The NHS Atlas of Variation shows differences in 34 major health topics across England.
 
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This is a companion tools to the NHS Atlas of Variation 2015. It uses the same data and maps but allows local commissioners to select and view the CCG and Local Authority maps for their own local…
 
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This is the ninth edition in the series of Atlases of Variation. It presents a series 102 of maps detailing widespread variation in the quality, cost, activity and health outcome of healthcare in…
 
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Variations across the breadth of child health services provided by NHS England are presented together to allow clinicians, commissioners and service users to identify priority areas for improving…
 
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The risk of diabetic complications can be reduced through good glycaemic control, reducing hypertension, reducing cholesterol and appropriate screening and preventative care, but there are major…
 
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Exploring the questions the Atlas raises should prompt improvements in local organisation of care delivery, building on the best examples that currently exist.
 
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Professor Matthew Cripps explains why some variation is good, and why eliminating bad variation is everybody’s business.
 
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