Bespoke Reports

Non Medical Prescribing (NMP)

Calling on its Big Data expertise, i5 Health provides a wide range of bespoke reports for decision makers throughout the NHS ranging from Readmissions studies for CCGs through Asthma analysis for GP localities and Specialised Commissioning recommendations for NHS England to merger support for Foundation Trusts


















Potentially Preventable Readmissions (PPR)

Potentially Preventable Readmissions are admissions that are clinically questionable and should have been avoided by provision of better pre-discharge or post-discharge support. They cost the NHS over 50 million each year and affect the care of over 280k patients. By encouraging NHS clinicians and managers improvement of clinical practice and discharge processes at provider level for 130k patients the NHS could save 230m in England each year alone.

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The PPR algorithms categorise Non-Payable 30 Day Readmissions into Preventable, Maybe Preventable, Emergency Transfer and Preventable Transfer including the PPR reasons. The report outlines the number of readmissions and the PPR reasons why the readmission was flagged as preventable. Readmissions are flagged as preventable if a combination of the following criteria are met:

Non-Payable 30 Day Readmission as per PbR guidelines

Similar or related clinical conditions (i5 matching algorithms)

Condition at index admission and readmission has deteriorated (i5 severity algorithms)

Diagnosis is related to previous admission (i5 matching algorithms)

Similar procedure was performed repeatedly (i5 matching algorithms)

Patient has contracted an HAI or infection outside hospital

Patient received insufficient support from primary, community or social care

An extended episode of care could have prevented the readmission (i5 matching algorithms)

Undiagnosed or misdiagnosed condition in previous admission is reasonable cause for readmission





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Other reports that are use Advanced Algorithms or Artificial Intelligence are:

Commissioning Opportunities (COP)

A&E Attendance Forecasting (A&E)

End of Life Pathway Review(EoL)

Disease Identification and Prevention (DIP)

Outpatient Procedures Services (OPProc)

Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions (ACS)

Prescribed Services Analytics (SCG)

Risk Stratification(RSK)

Invoice Validation (IV)

Services Drive-time (GIS)