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Dementia

Department of Health written question – answered on 3rd November 2014.

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Photo of Mark Hoban Mark Hoban Conservative, Fareham

To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what proportion of adults in (a) Fareham constituency, (b) Hampshire and (c) England have been diagnosed with dementia in each of the last 10 years.

Photo of Norman Lamb Norman Lamb The Minister of State, Department of Health

Information on the number of people with dementia has been collected since 2006-07. Information is collected at National Health Service organisation level, and not constituency level. Data on the number of people with dementia in England, Hampshire Primary Care Trust, and the clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) that replaced it, are shown in the following table.

Table 1: Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF): Patients on the dementia register and prevalence rates in England, 2006-07 to 2013-14

Year

Number of Practices1

Sum of List Sizes1

Sum of Dementia Register1

Dementia Prevalence1

(percentage - based on QOF registers)

2013-14

7,921

56,324,887

348,973

0.62

2012-13

8,020

56,012,096

318,669

0.57

2011-12

8,123

55,525,732

293,738

0.53

2010-11

8,245

55,169,643

266,697

0.48

2009-10

8,305

54,836,561

249,463

0.45

2008-09

8,229

54,310,660

232,430

0.43

2007-08

8,294

54,009,831

220,246

0.41

2006-07

8,372

53,681,098

212,794

0.40

Note:

1. Practices, practice list size and number of patients on the dementia register are based only on those GP practices that participated in QOF.

Table 2: Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF): Patients on the dementia register and prevalence rates in the specified CCGs, 2012-13 and 2013-14

2012/13

2013/14

CCG Name

Number of Practices1

Sum of List Sizes1

Sum of Dementia Register1

Dementia Prevalence1

(percentage - based on QOF registers)

Number of Practices1

Sum of List Sizes1

Sum of Dementia Register1

Dementia Prevalence1

(percentage - based on QOF registers)

North Hampshire

22

217,387

1,090

0.50

20

218,955

1,215

0.55

Fareham and Gosport

21

200,959

1,277

0.64

21

201,596

1,413

0.70

Portsmouth

26

217,685

1,473

0.68

26

218,672

1,510

0.69

South Eastern Hampshire

28

208,977

1,568

0.75

27

209,540

1,699

0.81

Southampton

36

267,765

1,376

0.51

35

269,948

1,467

0.54

West Hampshire

54

543,354

4,031

0.74

52

536,744

4,295

0.80

North East Hampshire and Farnham

24

218,868

1,079

0.49

24

220,174

1,317

0.60

Note:

1. Practices, practice list size and number of patients on the dementia register are based only on those GP practices that participated in QOF.

Table 3: Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF): Patients on the dementia register and prevalence rates in Hampshire Primary Care Trust, 2006-07 to 2011-12

Year

Number of Practices1

Sum of List Sizes1

Sum of Dementia Register1

Dementia Prevalence1

(percentage - based on QOF registers)

2011-12

146

1,334,272

8,695

0.65

2010-11

146

1,325,050

8,288

0.63

2009-10

147

1,316,394

7,998

0.61

2008-09

147

1,298,398

7,518

0.58

2007-08

146

1,289,145

7,109

0.55

2006-07

148

1,288,615

6,763

0.52

Note:

1. Practices, practice list size and number of patients on the dementia register are based only on those GP practices that participated in QOF.

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