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NHS Digital’s Chief Executive, Sarah Wilkinson, has been named as one of the Global Top 100 Data Visionaries by HotTopics.
NHS Digital supports development of risk prediction model for more tailored COVID-19 shielding advice
Clinicians and GPs will soon be able to better identify patients who are at a higher risk of serious illness from SARS-CoV-2 infection based on a new data-driven risk prediction model.
Data curated by NHS Digital, and serviced through NHS DigiTrials, has successfully enabled researchers find a major breakthrough in the fight against COVID-19.
Healthcare for people with a learning disability can be improved by a new flag on patient records, a pilot scheme has shown.
Landmark IT deal will provide access to digital tools and save hundreds of millions of pounds for the NHS
An agreement struck between NHSX, NHS Digital and Microsoft will save the NHS hundreds of millions of pounds and enable all eligible organisations in England to access Microsoft 365 digital tools.
Anonymous summary data on the number of hospital bookings using the NHS e-Referral Service (e-RS) has been published for the first time today as an open dataset.
NHS Digital has contributed to a study by academics at the University of California and Cambridge University1looking at the increased risk to people from ethnic minorities from COVID-19.
Up to date official health information on coronavirus (COVID-19) is now available for organisations and companies to add to their websites quickly and easily.
Anonymous summary data on patients who have been identified as being on the coronavirus (COVID-19) Shielded Patient List (SPL) has been published for the first time today.