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  1. 1. liz.thomas@northwest.nhs.uk Thursday 14th June 2012
  2. 2.  Why data quality How we monitor equality and diversity data  Woven  eWIN Data quality update  Equality and diversity data error count  High impact data errors Staff survey Headline North West statistics Population and workforce comparison Example: age profiling tool
  3. 3.  Why is data quality important?  What is your data used for?  What impact does this use have on decision making?  For example, data is used to populate current position of workforce and forecast future workforce  What impact would incorrect data have? Ensuring accuracy minimising risk in data modelling and mapping Ensuring accuracy provides confidence in robust data and consequent decision making Ensuring accuracy enables accurate reporting
  4. 4.  Why is equality and diversity data quality important?  Knowledge of your workforce  Level of disclosure  Does our workforce represent our community?  Action planning Importance of data collection and validation processes  Need to know our data is collected and recorded  Need to know our data is accurate  Some equality and diversity fields in ESR are not mandatory fields to complete – can be left blank
  5. 5.  Monthly report produced by Health and Social Care Information Centre Every trust receives report ESR system interrogated for “errors” as identified by coded queries  Date of Birth is blank  Ethnic Origin is blank  Religious Belief is blank  Sexual Orientation is blank  Disability is blank Validation query – not data accuracy
  6. 6. 4 data quality reports on eWIN  Trust ranking  Your Woven report  Regional comparison  National ranking  Guidelines
  7. 7. https://northwest.ewin.nhs.uk/benchmarking Select QIPP Dashboard
  8. 8. https://northwest.ewin.nhs.uk/qipp/ Navigate to the Woven Data Quality Reporting “speed-o-meter” and select graph
  9. 9. https://northwest.ewin.nhs.uk/qipp/data_quality_reporting/ranking_table • 4 data reports are available and a data guidance page • All reports can be exported to PDF • We can provide WebEx tutorials on request for all eWIN services or specific reports e.g. the data quality reports
  10. 10. https://northwest.ewin.nhs.uk/qipp/data_quality_reporting/ranking_table• Select errors to look at specific query IDs
  11. 11. Position from previousSHA Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 Jan-12 Feb-12 Mar-12 Apr-12 May-12 Rank monthNHS East Midlands 6,230 6,360 6,640 6,710 6,725 6,750 0 6,950 6,970 7,180 9 ↑NHS East of England 6,220 6,410 6,430 6,660 6,790 6,880 0 7,030 7,055 7,105 10 ↓NHS London 6,360 6,445 6,510 6,735 6,845 6,935 0 7,130 7,200 7,230 8 →NHS North East 7,425 7,585 7,650 7,945 7,990 8,135 0 8,210 8,430 8,545 3 ↑NHS North West 7,375 7,480 7,795 8,195 8,540 8,785 0 9,095 9,160 9,240 1 →NHS South Central 7,290 7,390 7,580 7,660 7,960 8,060 0 8,005 8,160 8,115 6 →NHS South East Coast 6,695 6,835 7,140 7,485 7,960 8,185 0 8,415 8,440 8,465 4 ↓NHS South West 7,595 7,835 8,055 8,320 8,515 8,580 0 8,740 8,800 8,905 2 →NHS West Midlands 6,920 6,875 7,185 7,395 7,510 7,580 0 7,660 7,715 7,625 7 →NHS Yorkshire and Humber 7,360 7,505 7,425 7,745 8,000 8,045 0 8,175 8,345 8,445 5 → • NW retained first place Dec ‘11 to May ‘12 • Overall error count from Sep11-May12 reduced by 25,234 errors (57%) • Error count reduced by 1.8% (-356 errors) Apr-May 2012 Source: Woven reports, Health and Social Care Information Centre
  12. 12.  Date of birth is blank: low error count, increase Apr- May  Ethnic origin is blank: consistent reduction until April – large increase Apr-May (81.7%)  Religious belief is blank: consistent reduction, error count remains in thousands  Sexual orientation is blank: consistent reduction, error count remains in thousands  Disability is blank: consistent reduction, error count remains in thousands – increase Apr-May Aug11- May12 % MonthQUERY DESCRIPTION Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 Jan-12 Mar-12 Apr-12 May-12 Change Change Change % ChangeDate of birth is blank 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 2 7 7 - 5 250.0%Ethnic origin is blank 507 571 506 385 333 340 270 229 416 -91 -17.9% 187 81.7%Religious belief is blank 6893 7533 6952 5878 4017 3103 2681 2498 2016 -4877 -70.8% -482 -19.3%Sexual orientation is blank 6888 7525 6932 5850 4023 3119 2704 2474 2030 -4858 -70.5% -444 -17.9%Disability is blank 8460 9385 8430 6565 5234 4011 3552 3376 3539 -4921 -58.2% 163 4.8%
  13. 13.  40.1 Recruitment Source is Blank: 23.1% of total errors 19.1 Sexual Orientation is Blank: 10.7% of total errors 31.1 Disability is Blank: 18.6% of total errors 16.1 Religious Belief is Blank: 10.6% of total errors 30.1 Destination on Leaving is Blank: 18.3% of total errors 2.1 Area of Work is Blank: 7.8% of total errors 89.1% of total errors drawn from high impact priority areas Source: Woven reports, Health and Social Care Information Centre
  14. 14.  Equality and diversity data remains a challenge in the North West Where is your trust? Use eWIN to find out This identifies the null entries, but not the whole story
  15. 15.  Staff Survey – North West Figures  Gender: 21% male, 79% female  Age: <1% 16-20, 13% 21-30, 18% 31-40, 28% 41-50, 36% 51-65, 4% 66+  Ethnic background: 94% White, 1% Mixed, 4% Asian/Asian British, 1% Black/Black British, 1% Chinese or other ethnic group  Sexual orientation: 93% heterosexual, 1% gay man, 1% gay woman, <1% bisexual, <1% other, 5% did not disclose Source: NHS Staff Survey 2011, Amalgamated results http://www.nhsstaffsurveys.com/cms/
  16. 16.  Staff Survey – North West Figures  Religious Belief: 24% no religion, 67% Christian, <1% Buddhist, 1% Hindu, <1% Jewish, 2% Muslim, <1% Sikh, 1% any other religion, 4% did not disclose  Disability: 17% yes, 83% No  Null returns not recorded  Data available at Trust level Source: NHS Staff Survey 2011, Amalgamated results http://www.nhsstaffsurveys.com/cms/
  17. 17.  Staff survey might provide data to fill some of the gaps on ESR Other elements of the staff survey might provide more information on staff well-being Organisation profile – how does this relate to the population we serve?
  18. 18.  North West mid-year population estimates 6.9m in 2010 Highest regional population density outside of London Projected to reach 7.5m by 2033 87% of the population live in urban areas People from non-white groups make up 8% of NW population Asian/Asian British were >4% of NW population Source: Portrait of the North West, Regional Trends 43, ONS, 2010/11
  19. 19. Source: NW Workforce data, ESR Data Warehouse Mar-12 NW Population data, Guardian mid-year estimates 2009 http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/datablog/2011/may/18/ethnic-population-england-wales#datahttps://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AonYZs4MzlZbdFJ6OVF1U3JZTXEyYnFjb0k1clJvOFE&hl=en#gid=0
  20. 20.  Basic comparison of workforce against population provides understanding of if we represent the population we serve Looking in more detail at workforce can provide further intelligence around how our workforce is effected by equality and diversity issuesFor example: Ethnicity & pay progression Age profiling/areas of deprivation & pay progression Ethnicity & turnover Sickness absence & age SA & ethnicity
  21. 21.  Age profile tool being developed – contact saba.razaq@northwest.nhs.uk Identifies number of staff in specified age bands Calculates estimated cost of staff by age bands Calculates average cost per employee Forecast retirement
  22. 22.  Age profile tool being developed Compares to local demographics
  23. 23.  Age profile tool being developed Afc band analysis: skill mix of selected age bands
  24. 24.  Work with you to develop tools Adapt current tools for other metrics Help share good practice via case studies Provide WebExes to teach you about our resources
  25. 25. Liz ThomasSenior Programme Manager, WorkforceStrategyLiz.thomas@northwest.nhs.uk0161 625 7793

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