Rutland's Public Health Outcomes Framework
The Public Health Outcomes Framework sets out a vision for public health, desired outcomes and the indicators that will help us understand how public health is being improved and protected.
The Public Health Outcomes Framework concentrates on two-high level outcomes to be achieved across the public health system, and groups further indicators into four 'domains' that cover the full spectrum of public health. The outcomes reflect a focus not only on how long people live, but on how well they live at all stages of life.
Latest Rutland Public Health Outcome Framework
The latest updates can be found in the following Tableau Dashboard:
What's new in the tool in August 2017?
- Updates to 19 indicators and sub-indicators including sickness absence (1.09), first time offenders (1.13iii) and preventable sight loss (4.12).
- Changes to 2 indicators to take account of revisions to the underlying data or the methods used. This includes a revised definition due to a new data source for estimated dementia diagnosis rate (4.16) and revisions to the source data used to calculate the gap in the employment rate between those with a long-term health condition and the overall employment rate (1.08i).
- Fuel poverty (1.17) - the confidence intervals for this indicator have been removed as the method for calculating them previously was deemed inappropriate for the model used to create the indicator. Where possible, confidence intervals appropriate to the model will be added at a later date.
- Due to a number of data and methodological issues, the ONS area classification groupings have been revised. Data is now only available for these revised groupings in cases where it can be aggregated from local authority values.