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Health Service Executive. (2015) Health service performance report January 2015. Dublin: Health Service Executive.

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The HSE's Performance Report (PR) provides an overall analysis of key performance data from Divisions, such as Acute, Mental Health, Social Care, Primary Care, Health and Wellbeing as well as Finance and HR. The activity data reported is based on Performance Activity and Key Performance Indicators outlined in the current National Service Plan.

 

P.53 Opioid substitution treatment access (see also p.48 & p.50)

The number of clients in receipt of opioid substitution treatment (outside of prison) (Target 9,400 Monthly)

  • January 2015 9,369 9,116 people January 2014, 3% (n=253)
  • Increase of <1% (n=30) since December 2014
  • Variance from expected activity <1% (n=31) 

The number of clients in receipt of opioid substitution treatment (in prison) (Target 490 Monthly)

  • January 2015 469 539 people in January 2014, -15% (n=70)
  • Decrease of -3% (n=14) since December 2014
  • Variance from expected activity -4% (n=21 

P.56 – financial figures for methadone treatment

For more details see 'HSE data report' pages 17 & 42

 

 

P.43 Tobacco Control intensive cessation support data includes support provided within hospital groups, community services and the QUIT team. Since 1st January the QUIT team now provide an integrated support service over the phone, online, through social media, and by SMS and email. The online service includes the interactive QUIT.ie website, talking to the QUIT team via Live Chat, and using our online QUITplan. This complements the face-to face HSE QUIT services provided in hospitals and community services around the country, providing one-to-one and group support for smokers.

 

P.6 The tobacco control programme provided 979 smokers with intensive smoking cessation support

 

Brief Intervention Training for Smoking Cessation

38 front line staff received training in Brief Intervention Smoking Cessation in the first month of 2015 compared to 95 (target was 50) for the same period in 2014 (24% below target). Attendance at training is seasonal with higher uptake in mid-spring and mid-Autumn traditionally. Additional training courses are scheduled for February and March

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