About the JSNA
The JSNA is structured around our Integrated Care Outcomes Framework (ICOF). The ICOF provides a clear view of our success as an Integrated Care System in improving the health and wellbeing of our local population and transforming the way the health and care system operates.
Structure of the JSNA
The information is presented by the ICOF key domains, split into sub-categories.
1. Improve population health and wellbeing.
2. Reduce health inequalities by ensuring improvement is fastest for those with greatest need.
Lifestyle and wider determinants
3. People are supported to lead healthy and productive lifestyles, and are protected from illness.
4. Prevention and the wider determinants of people’s health and wellbeing are prioritised.
Resilience and emotional wellbeing
4. People feel emotionally well and resilient.
5. People with poor mental health are better supported in the community.
High quality coordinated care
6. People receive services rated as high quality.
7. Hospital admissions are avoided where appropriate and people spend less time in hospital.
8. There is early help for mental health.
9. People coming to an end of their lives receive appropriate and effective care.
Improving quality of life
10. People with long-term health and care needs and their carers have a good quality of life.
11. People can manage their own health and maintain independence.
12. People have a positive experience of work and their community.
Neighbourhood data packs
These information packs tell the story of integrated care across Barnsley:
- The story for the South
- The story for the North
- The story for Penistone
- The story for the North East
- The story for Dearne
- Emotional resilience of people of working age in the Dearne area
- Integrated Care Team Young People Survey (Dearne)
- The story for Central
Our borough profiles
Find out about the latest data available on our borough, area councils and wards.
- The Barnsley cohort model
- Personal Wellbeing in Barnsley April 2018- March 2019
- Childhood vaccination statistics
- New data (2016/18) for HIV late diagnosis
- New data (2016/18) for under 75 mortality rate from alcoholic liver disease
- New data (2016/18) for the percentage of working days lost due to sickness absence