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Routine Quarterly Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Data Set Reports - England, Final Q4 summary statistics and related information, Experimental statistics

12:51 August 01, 2014 - 09:30 July 17, 2013
Publication date: July 17, 2013
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Summary

The Improving Access Psychological Therapies (IAPT) data set is a regular return of data generated by providers of IAPT services in the course of delivering these services to patients. The data also includes information from Independent Sector Organisations who are also providers of NHS IAPT services.

The IAPT data set is received by the Health and Social Care Information Centre as record-level anonymised data from patient administration systems.

Read more about the IAPT data set

See the Information Standards Notice for the IAPT data set on the Information Standards Board website

See Routine Monthly IAPT Data Quality Reports

Data quality and completeness

A data quality statement is produced for the Routine Quarterly Reports and can be found at:

www.hscic.gov.uk/pubs/iapt1213q4exp

A separate monthly publication comprises national and provider level data quality measures of some key data items in the IAPT dataset and the latest release can be accessed here:

www.hscic.gov.uk/pubs/iaptdqapr13

Rules for the creation of these measures are published here:

http://www.hscic.gov.uk/iapt

Key facts

This release of experimental analysis from IAPT Q4 data, January 2013 to March 2013 shows that:

  • Over 100 providers were successful in submitting data and the dataset is now flowing to the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) for central reporting; some of the key elements of the dataset required to measure recovery are being recorded, for example:
  • 60 per cent of service requests with completed treatments had a valid provisional diagnosis.  This is important because a valid provisional diagnosis indicates which anxiety disorder specific measure (ADSM) should be used to measure change. of 96 per cent of completed treatments (including at least 2 attended treatments) had a paired PHQ9 score while 92 per cent had other relevant paired ADSM scores.
  • This is also the first time that IAPT analysis has included information on recovery data and suggests 58 per cent of service requests who completed treatment in the quarter have shown reliable improvement.
  • There were 219,948 new service requests that began in the quarter.
  • 63,940 service requests completed treatment in the quarter.

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Coverage

Date Range: January 01, 2013 to March 31, 2013
Geographical coverage:
England
Geographical granularity:
Mental Health Trusts
Independent Sector Health Care Providers
Primary Care Trusts

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