Facts and Dimensions Ltd: PHE Fingertips Stats – Cancer Services

England Cancer Services data

Description:

Cancer Services in England stats

Public Health England have a service called Fingertips. They produce a huge selection of statistics. Cancer Services being one of them.

Data on cancer services at GP, primary care network (PCN) and CCG level collated by the National Cancer Registration and Analysis Service (NCRAS).

The profiles are for commissioners and health professionals to use when assessing the impact of cancer on their local population and making decisions about services. They include data on cancer incidence and screening, diagnostic services, Two Week Wait referrals, emergency presentations and admissions.

Period:
2009/10 to date

Table:
CANCER_SERVICES.VW_DATA_ALL_AREAS

Fields include:
– Parent_Name
– Area_Code_Name
– Area_Type
– Sex
– Age
– Category_Type
– Category
– Time_Period
– Value
– Lower_CI_95_0_Limit
– Upper_CI_95_0_Limit
– Lower_CI_98_8_Limit
– Upper_CI_98_8_Limit
– Count
– Denominator
– Value_Note
– Recent_Trend

Indicators include:
– % aged 65+ years
– Cancer: QOF prevalence (all ages)
– Deprivation score (IMD 2019)
– Females, 25-49, attending cervical screening within target period (3.5 year coverage, %)
– Females, 25-64, attending cervical screening within target period (3.5 or 5.5 year coverage, %) – retired after 2019/20
– Females, 50-64, attending cervical screening within target period (5.5 year coverage, %)
– Females, 50-70, screened for breast cancer in last 36 months (3 year coverage, %)
– Females, 50-70, screened for breast cancer within 6 months of invitation (Uptake, %)
– In-patient or day-case colonoscopy procedures (Number per 100,000 population)
– In-patient or day-case sigmoidoscopy procedures (Number per 100,000 population)
– In-patient or day-case upper GI endoscopy procedures (Number per 100,000 population)
– New cancer cases (Crude incidence rate: new cases per 100,000 population)
– New cancer cases treated resulting from a Two Week Wait referral (Detection rate: % of all new cancer cases treated)
– New cancer cases treated resulting from a Two Week Wait referral (Detection rate: % of all new cancer cases treated). Five years combined data.
– Number of emergency admissions with cancer (Number per 100,000 population)
– Number of emergency presentations (Number per 100,000 population)
– Number of other presentations (Number per 100,000 population)
– Persons, 60-69, screened for bowel cancer in last 30 months (2.5 year coverage, %) – retired after 2018/19
– Persons, 60-69, screened for bowel cancer within 6 months of invitation (Uptake, %) – retired after 2018/19
– Persons, 60-74, screened for bowel cancer in last 30 months (2.5 year coverage, %)
– Persons, 60-74, screened for bowel cancer within 6 months of invitation (Uptake, %)
– Two-week referrals resulting in a diagnosis of cancer (Conversion rate: as % of all TWW referrals).
– Two-week referrals resulting in a diagnosis of cancer (Conversion rate: as % of all TWW referrals). Five years combined data.
– Two-week wait referrals (Indirectly age-sex standardised referral ratio)
– Two-week wait referrals (Indirectly age-sex standardised referral ratio). Five years combined data.
– Two-week wait referrals for suspected breast cancer (Number per 100,000 population)
– Two-week wait referrals for suspected breast cancer (Number per 100,000 population). Five years combined data.
– Two-week wait referrals for suspected cancer (Number per 100,000 population)
– Two-week wait referrals for suspected cancer (Number per 100,000 population). Five years combined data.
– Two-week wait referrals for suspected lower GI cancers (Number per 100,000 population)
– Two-week wait referrals for suspected lower GI cancers (Number per 100,000 population). Five years combined data.
– Two-week wait referrals for suspected lung cancer (Number per 100,000 population)
– Two-week wait referrals for suspected lung cancer (Number per 100,000 population). Five years combined data.
– Two-week wait referrals for suspected skin cancer (Number per 100,000 population)
– Two-week wait referrals for suspected skin cancer (Number per 100,000 population). Five years combined data.

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