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In NHS Horsham and Mid Sussex CCG the most prevalent disease was Hypertension with a prevalence of 14% of the GP registered population. This equates to around 33,000 people.

The top three most prevalent diseases in NHS Horsham and Mid Sussex CCG for 2015/16 were:

  1. Hypertension (14%)
  2. Depression (18+) (7.9%)
  3. Obesity (18+) (6.3%)

It should be noted that the QOF prevalence figures do not detail the number of people newly diagnosed within each year, but rather the number of patients with a diagnosis on the GP practice list.

Importantly, QOF registers reflect recorded diagnoses of disease and they may not reflect the true prevalence of a disease in a population as individuals may live with a disease and not report symptoms to their GP and as such the prevalence of a disease may be underestimated.

The chart below shows the 2015/16 QOF recorded prevalence of diseases in NHS Horsham and Mid Sussex CCG and England; including 95% confidence intervals.

Recorded disease prevalence – NHS Horsham and Mid Sussex CCG 2015/16 QOF
Source: NHS Digital

The 2015/16 QOF report for GP practices in NHS Horsham and Mid Sussex CCG can be found here, and you can browse through the document embedded below.