The Centre for Health Economics at the University of York has published data on which CCGs are performing best on health inequity (see this link).
The data is based on rates of hospital admission for ambulatory care sensitive conditions. The AGI is the Absolute Gradient Index, which is calculated for each CCG and shows the difference in the rates of hospital admission between the richest and poorest neighbourhoods if the whole country were as unequal as the CCG to which the AGI relates. Interestingly, some of the most deprived CCG regions in the country occupy both the best and worst performing CCGs. The higher the AGI, the less good each CCG’s performance is (measured according to this one outcome).
|Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven||1332||962-1703|
|Scarborough and Ryedale||999||706-1291|
|East Riding of Yorkshire||895||768-1021|
|Leeds South and East||868||667-1069|
|Vale of York||728||463-993|
|Hambleton, Richmondshire and Whitby||650||370-930|
|Harrogate and Rural District||541||307-775|