Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (iapt) Key Performance Indicators (kpis) Quarterly Return

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Dear Colleague,

Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT)

Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

Quarterly Return

I am writing to request data for the above collection.

The Health and Social Care Information Centre / HSCIC (previously known as the NHS Information Centre), are carrying out this quarterly collection on behalf of the Department of Health.
The IAPT programme was established following the 2007 Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR) to improve access to NICE compliant psychological interventions to people with common mental health problems, principally depression and anxiety disorders.
The 2010 CSR committed further programme funding, ‘Talking Therapies: A four-year plan of action’ (February 2011) sets out the vision for the programme over the next spending review cycle. The IAPT programme KPIs provide an agreed mechanism for demonstrating progress against national commitments and will support measurement of the following objectives:

From quarter one of 2011/12 IAPT KPIs will also be used to support the NHS Operating Framework.
Guidance and validation on this collection can be found at:
Further information on data collection and analysis in IAPT-compliant services can be found in the IAPT Data Handbook available from:

As in previous quarters, this return will be made via the Omnibus system.

Login links to access the system are sent to contacts at the end of each quarter along with passwords and links to guidance documents. Launch and submission dates can be found on the IC’s link above.

Main changes from the 2010/11 collection

  • KPI 3b – The time period has changed from at “the start of the reporting quarter” to “the end of the reporting quarter”;

For technical issues/queries regarding the Omnibus System and data submission, please contact:
Data Collection Team

For specific queries relating to the content and definitions for this collection, please contact:


PLEASE NOTE: when emailing please ensure that you include IAPT and your organisation name in the subject line

Thank you for taking the time to complete the return.

Yours faithfully

Catherine Faley

Section Head

Data Collection Team

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