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QOF

Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF) Information

The Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF) is a voluntary annual reward and incentive program for all GP surgeries in England, detailing practice achievement results. It is not about performance management but resourcing and then rewarding good practice.

Below are the QOF results of 2013/14, which ended the 31st of March 2014 and the QOF results of 2014/15 which ended the 31st March 2015. The next results will be published in May or as soon as they are confirmed by NHS England. For further updates regarding the next results keep an eye on this page, where the results will be posted as soon as they are published and authorized by the NHS.

QOF  Achievement

Below is a summary of the 2014/15 clinical achievement points score:

Clinical DomainMaximumAchievementPercentage
Asthma4545100%
Atrial fibrillation1717100%
Cancer1111100%
Chronic kidney disease3232100%
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease3535100%
Dementia2626100%
Depression 1010100%
Diabetes mellitus8685.899.8%
Epilepsy11100%
Heart failure2929100%
Hypertension2626100%
Learning Disability44100%
Mental Health 2625.698.3%
9666.7%
66100%
65.998.3%
66100%
4242100%
1514.999.7%
432428.299.1%

Below is a summary of the 2013/14 clinical achievement points score:

Clinical DomainMaximumAchievementPercentage
Asthma4545100%
Atrial fibrillation2727100%
Cancer1111100%
Chronic kidney disease3232100%
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease3535100%
Dementia2626100%
Depression 3131100%
Diabetes mellitus107107100%
Epilepsy1010100%
Heart failure2929100%
Hypertension7777100%
Hypothyroidism77100%
Learning Disability77100%
Mental Health 4040100%
9666.7%
66100%
99100%
1818100%
6262100%
2222100%
61060799.5%

For a more detailed look at the QOF scoring system and at ‘The Chestnuts Surgery’s’ QOF results, please click here



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