CVDprevent, the new national primary care audit: using data to support professionally-led quality improvement
In this session we will describe CVDprevent, the new national primary care audit. The audit automatically extracts routinely held GP data covering 6 high risk conditions for CVD: atrial fibrillation, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, non-diabetic hyperglycaemia (pre-diabetes) and chronic kidney disease. We will explain the audit, what data will extracted, what it will tell us about gaps and opportunities in care, and how the data will be reported. We will also tell you about the UCLPartners Proactive Care Frameworks that will support practices and PCNs to translate the audit data into action to improve outcomes for our patients in real world primary care. The frameworks include a wide range of resources for practices and PCNs including search and stratification tools for EMIS and SystmOne, pathways and digital tools to support quality improvement in the management of these high risk conditions.
- What CVDprevent will tell us about opportunities for improvement in patient care.
- What is included in the UCLPartners Proactive Care Frameworks.
- How you can use the audit data and the frameworks to drive quality improvement in real world primary care