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Tools for accessing data

Our data tools allow you to access, review, monitor and extract data for analysis and reporting.

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    Measures from the Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework

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    Lists and registers

    See links to our lists and registers of information, including registers of approved data releases.

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    Utilisation Reports

    We combine progress reports from Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) who are deploying our national systems, to create a single report.

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    iView and iViewPlus

    Making data more easily accessible to a wider range of data users than ever before. Access and extract information to meet your own needs - make selections, view comparisons, create tables and generate graphs.

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    Vital Statistics Tables

    We hold raw data sets of vital statistics data, on behalf of the Office for National Statistics (ONS). Find out what data we can extract, and who can apply to use it.

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    Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF) online database

    We have developed an online database to find 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.

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    Primary Care Mortality Database

    The Primary Care Mortality Database allows authorised users to access information regarding patient deaths.

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    General practice data hub

    This is a collection of interactive dashboards relating to general practice in England.

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    Deployment and utilisation hub

    We're responsible for recording data related to the deployment of systems and services across health and social care systems in England. You'll find links to management information dashboards containing this data.

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    Population Statistics Database Service

    The Population and Statistics Database (PSD) was decommissioned from iView from March 2019.

Last edited: 30 September 2020 1:29 pm