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Last Updated: Friday, 18 January 2008, 08:46 GMT
NHS spending on statins in Yorkshire and Humber

SPENDING ON STATINS IN ENGLAND

NHS Region: Yorkshire & Humber

Primary Care Trust Spend on statins per patient % of "low cost" statins Potential annual savings
EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE 14.55 52.1% 1,788,039
DONCASTER 12.64 68.6% 670,140
NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE CARE TRUST PLUS 12.32 65.3% 447,726
NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE 11.75 66.6% 395,234
BARNSLEY 11.67 72.4% 300,858
ROTHERHAM 11.28 70.0% 446,556
BRADFORD & AIREDALE TEACHING 10.77 56.5% 1,908,055
CALDERDALE 10.62 70.8% 300,090
LEEDS 10.15 66.6% 1,754,390
KIRKLEES 9.88 67.3% 822,802
HULL TEACHING 9.51 68.9% 482,699
NORTH YORKSHIRE & YORK 9.45 65.3% 1,748,307
SHEFFIELD 9.25 73.0% 497,268
WAKEFIELD DISTRICT 7.81 79.7% 0


The figures relating to "spend on statins per patient" were provided to the BBC by the NHS Prescription Prescribing Authority. They cover the period Oct 06 - Sept 07. "Patients" include all people in the PCT area - not just those using statins.

The NHS calculates the potential annual saving on each PCT's statins bill. It looks at what proportion of prescriptions in each area is for "low cost" statins. If that figure is less than 77%, the NHS believes there is a potential saving to be made. The figure of 77% is chosen because this is what is achieved by the best performing 25% of PCTs. These estimated figures are based on data collected in the 2nd quarter of 2007/8.



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