This site is intended for health professionals only

QOF earnings increase


27 October 2011

Share this story:

The number of general practices achieving maximum Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF) points rose by 0.3% in 2010/2011, new figures show.

Data from the NHS Information Centre shows practices scored an average of 94.7% points this year – a 1% rise when compared to 2009/2010 figures.

Furthermore, the number of practices achieving less than 90% of points fell by 4.7% in 2010/2011 when compared to 2009/2010.

The average number of points achieved per practice grew across all domains in 2010/2011.


The number of general practices achieving maximum Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF) points rose by 0.3% in 2010/2011, new figures show.

Data from the NHS Information Centre shows practices scored an average of 94.7% points this year – a 1% rise when compared to 2009/2010 figures.

Furthermore, the number of practices achieving less than 90% of points fell by 4.7% in 2010/2011 when compared to 2009/2010.

The average number of points achieved per practice grew across all domains in 2010/2011.

The critical domain saw the largest absolute increase of 6.2% and the additional domain – the domain with the smallest number of points available – saw the highest increase in the percentage of average points achieved, a 1.8% increase.

Want news like this straight to your inbox?

Related news

Wes Streeting
Wes Streeting appointed shadow health secretary
Wes Streeting has been named as shadow health and social care secretary, as part of...
Healthcare setting
Suicide prevention services get £5m boost to help ‘high-risk’ groups including NHS staff
The Government has announced a £5m fund to support the voluntary, community and social enterprise...