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Areas of interest
Find our data and publications by selecting your area of interest.
These pages combine our data sets, data collections, publications and clinical audits into one place based on your area of interest.
Data collections covering the estates and facilities functions within the NHS are undertaken via the EFM Information Management system.
Information about how NHS Digital collects and uses ethnicity data.
We have a variety of information covering all aspects of secondary care which can help you plan, monitor and improve services.
Find links to all our prescribing publications and data, plus supporting information and useful websites.
We collect and publish a wide range of information on primary care. Primary care includes general practice, community pharmacy, dental, and optometry (eye health) services. This data gives valuable insight into how services are provided and is used to plan, deliver and monitor services. Our statistics team extract and analyses primary care data to identify trends and variation and to support national policy.
The choices people make can have a lasting impact on their health. Improving patient care isn't just about treating people's individual diseases, it also means changing and preventing harmful behaviours which can improve and even save people's lives.
We collect and publish a wide range of information on social care. This data gives valuable insight into how services are provided and is used to plan, deliver and monitor services. Our statistics team extract and analyses social care data to identify trends and variation and to support national policy.
1.3 million people make up the NHS workforce, all contributing towards the effectiveness of the NHS.