The Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework (ASCOF) measures how well care and support services achieve the outcomes that matter most to people. The measures are grouped into four domains which are typically reviewed in terms of movement over time. Data is provided at council, regional and national level.
We hold a database of population data on behalf of the Office for National Statistics (ONS) that can be used to analyse births and deaths.
CARMS works collaboratively with clinical specialists and patients representatives to develop and deliver clinical audits and registries.
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.
Offering you a range of tools and information resources to help complete your Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA)
Find out about our geographical resources, including the Geographical Boundaries Service.
In 2013-14 over 1.7 million adults accessed NHS services for severe or enduring mental health problems.
We collect information about the imaging tests and scans carried out on NHS patients such as x-rays, MRI scans or ultrasound.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) collects information on cause of death from civil registration records.
The Workforce Validation Engine (WOVEN) is a monthly data quality report on data in the Electronic Staff Record (ESR).
We collect information from GPs across the UK for use in planning, research and generating payments.
The Data Services for Commissioners supports the provision of data to facilitate healthcare planning and payment within the NHS.
The Personal Demographics Service (PDS) is a national authoritative source of patient demographics data for the whole of the NHS.
This service can check for a record of a Civil Death Registration in England, Wales and the Isle of Man on behalf of adoptees and birth relatives to establish if an adoptee or birth relative is recorded as having died. You can also use this service to forward information about hereditary medical conditions to an adoptee's or birth relative's GP.
The Mental Health Data Hub is a collection of interactive dashboards and useful links covering mental health data in England.
Find out about HES-ONS mortality data.
PPROMs measure health gain in patients undergoing hip replacement, knee replacement and up to September 2017, varicose vein and groin hernia surgery in England, based on responses to questionnaires before and after surgery.
NHS Improvement's Costing Transformation Programme (CTP) was established to implement Patient Level Information and Costing Systems (PLICS) across Acute, Mental Health, Ambulance and Community providers.
HES is a data warehouse containing details of all admissions, outpatient appointments and A and E attendances at NHS hospitals in England.
We handle applications, process data and provide access to specific sets of data when requests are approved.
We have developed an online database to find the results the results of your local GP practice and to report the latest annual QOF points. You can also use the database to compare your local GP practice with other GP practices locally, or across England.
The DQMI is a quarterly publication about data quality in the NHS, which provides data submitters with timely and transparent information.
Find out about our surveys, along with any reports and key findings from previous surveys.
The service is responsible for publishing codes that identify organisations and individuals across health and social care.
Our standards provide a consistent way for information to be collected across the NHS.
Open data is data that can be used and shared by anyone, for any purpose. We make this data publicly available to improve transparency in health and care.
Our service allows Commissioners and Providers to use data for secondary uses such as planning, commissioning and calculating payments.
This service will support the planning, delivery and evaluation of health and social care. By creating tools and analytics that harness data science techniques, we can offer new insights that are easily accessed and understood.
The National Adult Social Care Intelligence Service (NASCIS) is a single national resource of social care information for England. It has a collection of data, tools and resources designed to meet the needs of service planners, managers, researchers and policy makers and others.
The General Practice Data Hub is a collection of interactive dashboards covering General Practices in England. This data is published under the open data licence.