The tables now include NHS Digital data from the 2019/20 financial year. The tables for the 2018/19 financial year are also still available on the site.
Why is prevalence important?
The actual value of a QOF point for your practice is based on your list size and the prevalence of a particular condition in your patient list. Practices that have a higher disease prevalence than the national figure for England in a particular clinical area will receive a higher payment per QOF point than those with a disease prevalence that is lower than the national figure.
By comparing disease prevalence in your practice with the figure for your CCG you can identify any domains where your prevalence significantly differs. This could mean that there are patients on your list who should be on a particular disease register but aren't.
View our QOF Prevalence Check tables for 2020 here
- QOF Prevalence Check 2020: Neurology and mental health - dementia, depression, epilepsy, learning disability, mental health
- QOF Prevalence Check 2020: Respiratory - asthma and COPD
- QOF Prevalence Check 2020: Musculoskeletal - osteoporosis and rheumatoid arthritis
- QOF Prevalence Check 2020: Cardiovascular - atrial fibrillation, CVD, CHD, heart failure, hypertension, peripheral arterial disease, stroke and TIA
- QOF Prevalence Check 2020: High dependency and other long-term conditions - cancer, chronic kidney disease, diabetes, palliative care
- QOF Prevalence Check 2020: Lifestyle - obesity
The tables are only available to subscribers. The figures in the tables relate to 2019/20 and prevalence can change from year to year.