Understanding the Review Tab of QOF Diabetes

Rules to explain why a patient may be in the Review tab of QOF Diabetes

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Last Update 2 months ago

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We've split up different states of a patient (e.g. Review, Complete) based on certain rules.


For our rules, we always use national and international clinical guidance and best practices to inform status definitions.

Rules used for Review tab of Diabetes

A patient may have any of the following conditions met:

  • Currently diagnosed with Diabetes
  • Latest HbA1c reading is greater than or equal to 42
  • Latest systole reading is greater than 130
  • Latest diastole reading is greater than 80
  • No recorded readings for the following:
    • HbA1c
    • GFR
    • Systole
    • Diastole
    • Creatinine
    • Serum Urea
    • Foot Check
  • The following readings haven't been completed with the current QOF year
    • HbA1c
    • GFR
    • Systole
    • Diastole
    • Creatinine
    • Serum Urea
    • Foot Check

Why did we choose these rules?

Based on NICE guidance and user feedback

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