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Search 700 million rows of prescribing data, and get prescribing information by CCG or practice. You can search for any numerator over any denominator. For example, prescriptions by CCG for branded Rosuvastatin as a proportion of all lipid-regulating drugs ; or for Rosuvastatin vs generic Atorvastatin ; or for Enalapril as a proportion of its drug class . Add the name of a CCG or practice to check how an organisation compares with its peers. Don't forget to look at time trends, and maps!

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For clarity, practice graphs and maps only show standard GP practices, and exclude non-standard settings like prisons, out-of-hours services, etc.
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There appear to be outliers (relating to ) in this analysis. These may not be interesting if they are caused by an unusually small list size or a very low prescribing volume. Such outliers can make the rest of the chart difficult to read.
For clarity, practice graphs and maps only show standard GP practices, and exclude non-standard settings like prisons, out-of-hours services, etc.
Built with Highcharts
There appear to be outliers (relating to ) in this analysis. These may not be interesting if they are caused by an unusually small list size or a very low prescribing volume. Such outliers can make the rest of the chart difficult to read.

For clarity, practice graphs and maps only show standard GP practices, and exclude non-standard settings like prisons, out-of-hours services, etc. CCG boundaries from NHS England. Practice locations are approximate, based on postcode. Only practices with a known location are shown here.
There appear to be outliers (relating to ) in this analysis. These may not be interesting if they are caused by an unusually small list size or a very low prescribing volume. Such outliers can make the rest of the chart difficult to read.

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