NHS England Low Priority Treatment - Bath and Shower emollients

Below are the database queries which are used to create this measure. These are run against a copy of the BSA prescribing data which we store in Google BigQuery. We're working on making our BigQuery tables publicly available at which point it will be possible to run and modify these queries yourself. But even where code and database queries are not directly useable by others we believe it is always preferable to make them public.

Description Bath and Shower emollients per 1000 patients
Why it matters The BATHE study found that there was no evidence of clinical benefit for using bath and shower emollients in the standard management of childhood eczema. ‘Leave-on’ emollient moisturisers can still be used for treating eczema and these emollients can still be used as soap substitutes.
Tags Cost Saving, NHS England Investment and Impact Fund, NHS England Low Priority, Efficacy
Implies cost savings Yes
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Numerator SQL

SELECT
     CAST(month AS DATE) AS month,
     practice AS practice_id,
     SUM(actual_cost) AS numerator
 FROM hscic.normalised_prescribing
 WHERE bnf_code IN ("130201000BBMFCA", "130201000BBMGCA", "130201100AAAAAA", "130201100AAAEAE", "130201100AAAGAG", "130201100AAAHAH", "130201100AAALAL", "130201100AAANAN", "130201100BBAAAE", "130201100BBADAH", "130201100BBAEAA", "130201100BBAGAG", "130201100BBAQA0", "130201100BBARA0", "130201100BBATA0", "130201100BBAXA0", "130201100BBAYAL", "130201100BBAZAN", "130201100BBBAAN", "130201100BBBBA0", "130201100BBBCA0", "1302011L0AAAAAA", "1302011L0AAACAC", "1302011L0AAADAD", "1302011L0AAAEAE", "1302011L0AAAGAG", "1302011L0AAAHAH", "1302011L0AAAIAI", "1302011L0BDAAAC", "1302011L0BEAAAD", "1302011L0BEABAD", "1302011L0BFAAAE", "1302011L0BJAAAG", "1302011L0BKAAAH", "1302011L0BKACAH", "1302011L0BKADAI", "1302011L0BKAEAI", "1302011L0BKAFAI", "1302011L0BLAAAD", "1302011M0AAAAAA", "1302011M0AAAEAE", "1302011M0AAAGAG", "1302011M0AAAIAI", "1302011M0BBAAAE", "1302011M0BFAAAA", "1302011M0BIAAAG", "1302011M0BKAAAI", "190205500BBEJA0", "190205500BCFIA0", "190205500BCFWA0", "190205500BCLXA0", "190205500BCPVA0", "21220000128", "21220000209", "21220000211", "21220000217", "21220000227", "21220000229", "21220000316")
 GROUP BY month, practice_id

Denominator SQL

SELECT
     CAST(month AS DATE) AS month,
     practice AS practice_id,
     SUM(total_list_size / 1000.0) AS denominator
 FROM hscic.practice_statistics
 GROUP BY month, practice_id