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Recipe Name:

CVD Patients with no BP recorded

Rationale:

All patients diagnosed with cardiovascular disease should have their Blood Pressure properly recorded in the clinical software.

Target:

To have current Blood Pressure (BP) results for all patients diagnosed with CVD. Current being in the last 6 months in this example,
but you can adjust the date range to your preferences.

CAT Starting Point:

  1. CAT Open - CAT4 view (all reports) loaded
  2. Population Extract Loaded and Extract Pane “Hidden”
    1. Filter Pane open and under the ‘General’ tab ‘Active Patients’ (3x <2 years) selected (this step can be
       omitted if you want to search for all patients).
     

 


RECIPE Steps Filters:

  • In the “Conditions” Tab, under “Chronic” category, select “Yes"  for CVD


  • In the “Date Range (Results)” Tab select “6mths" or a date range of your interest


 

  • Click "Recalculate"
  • Click ‘Hide Filters’


Recipe Steps Reports

  • Select ‘Measures/BP’ tab
  • Click on the 'No BP recorded' and, if present, the 'Incomplete Data' part of the graph
  • Click on the 'Export' button to see the patient details


 

This will show all active (if selected on the general filter tab) patients with CVD with no BP recorded in the selected date range, in our example in the last 6 months.



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To Export Patient List to Microsoft Excel:

1.  Click on the “Export Icon”  at the top of the Patient Reidentification window.

2.  Click on “Excel”

3.   Choose a file name and a location to save to (eg. Create a folder C:/ClinicalAudit/CAT Patient FollowUp)

4.  Click “Save”


The steps above will produce a list of patients with contact details in MS Excel which can then be used to:

1.   Go back through the individual patient records in the GP Clinical Desktop System (CDS) and update known records

2.  Phone patients to update their record

3.  Produce a mail merge to recall patients for follow up