HC Deb 05 February 2004 vol 417 cc1067-8W
Mr. Blunt

To ask the Secretary of State for Health what the cost was of the South East Surrey and North West Sussex Health Services Review (Bagnall Review) which began in February 2001. [147971]

Department of Health information collections that include data by age-band only
Collection Over 75 age-band Over 60 age-band Other information
Smoking Cessation Services Return1 No Yes Other bands up to 59, then 60 and over
Attribution Dataset1 Yes Yes 5-year bands up to 80–84, then 85 and over
Summary of Genito-urinary Medicine Services1 No No 45–64, then 65 and over
1 Patient data

Department of Health information collections that include data by individual ages:

  • Data on patients
  • Hospital Episode Statistics
  • National Joint Registry (hip and knee joint replacements)
  • Patient Care in the Community: Community Learning Disability Nursing
  • Patient Care in the Community: Community Psychiatric Nursing
  • Patient Care in the Community: District Nursing
  • Summary of Chiropody Services
  • Summary of Contraceptive Services
  • Summary of Occupational Therapy Services
  • Summary of Physiotherapy Services
  • Summary of Speech and Language Therapy Services
  • Adult Screening Programme: Breast Screening (Screening Unit)
  • Adult Screening Programme: Breast Cancer (Health Authority)
  • Adult Screening Programme: Cervical Cytology
  • Immunisation Programmes: Health Authority Activity
  • National Drug Treatment Monitoring System (NDTMS)
  • Pathology Laboratories: Cervical Cytology and Biopsies
  • Mental Health Minimum Dataset (MHMDS)
  • National Survey of Patient Experience
  • Data on the NHS workforce
  • Annual Census of General Medical Practitioners (GMPs)
  • Salaried Doctors employed under the Salaried Doctors Scheme

Ms Rosie Winterton

I understand that the Bagnall Review was commissioned in the year 2001 by the former East Surrey and West Sussex Health Authorities, and carried forward by the Surrey and Sussex Strategic Health Authority (SHA) from 2002.

As consistent with our policy on "Shifting the Balance of Power", ownership of all information relating to this matter now lies with the SHA and the hon. Member may wish to approach the Chair of the Board or the Chief Executive.