HSCICHealth and Social Care Information Centre (UK)
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According to the HSCIC's interpretation guidance document: "A higher than expected number of deaths should not immediately be interpreted as indicating good or bad performance, but instead should be seen as a 'smoke alarm' which requires further investigation."
In 2014, 58% of women and 65% of men in England were overweight or obese, the HSCIC figures show.
The HSCIC report said high blood sugar levels were behind 3.7 million deaths around the world each year and that type 2 cases were fuelling the rise.
However, HSCIC said that CHFT's indicator should be taken as a 'smoke alarm' to be investigated further.
Overall, the proportion of people who had a diagnosis of dementia in their GP record rose from 643 per 100,000 people in April 2014 to 755 people per 100,000 in December 2015, HSCIC data showed.
Data linkage errors can occur for various reasons, including errors in patient identifiers, patient identifiers that match by coincidence, or errors in data submitted by hospitals (HSCIC 2009b, 2012a).
The complete data can be downloaded from the HSCIC website: www.hscic.gov.uk/pubs/ hesapr14feb15
e shocking nding comes from a survey run by the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) on Welsh children's dental health.
A total of 586,340 people set a quit date in 2013-14, down 19% on the 724,250 in 2012/13, says the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC).
Chairman of the HSCIC, Kingsley Manning, commented "Today's report shows clear variation across the country in vaccination coverage amongst children.
Almost 9,500 people in England and Wales had knee replacement surgery last year because their joints could not take the strain of their weight, [euro]gures from the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) reveal.
According to the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC), in the 12 months to November last year, 28 per cent of anxiety admissions in hospitals in the UK were women aged 60 and over, the BBC reported.