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New annual figures have been released by NHS Digital on referrals to talking therapies for conditions such as anxiety and depression in England during 2020-21.
The latest annual report outlining maternity activity in English NHS hospitals during 2020-21 has been published by NHS Digital today.
NHS Digital has today published the NHS Payments to General Practice in England annual report.
NHS Digital has released new figures on the use of NHS mental health services by adults and children from April 2020 to March 2021.
The Health and Social Care Secretary Sajid Javid has accepted the recommendations of Laura Wade-Gery, Non-Executive Director at NHS England and Chair of NHS Digital, including to merge NHSX and NHS Digital into NHSE/I.
Obesity rates in both reception-aged and year 6 schoolchildren increased by around 4.5 percentage points between 2019-20 and 2020-21 – the highest annual rise since the National Child Measurement Programme began.
As part of the Greener NHS programme, NHS Digital has set out its sustainability pledges to help drive the organisation down to net zero.
Almost 60,000 breast implant patients added to NHS Digital’s Breast and Cosmetic Implant Registry since 2016, allowing them to be contacted if their implants are affected by safety concerns.
A new Information Standard has been published by NHS Digital to support improved medication and allergy/intolerance information sharing across healthcare services in England.
Thousands of work hours are being put to better use thanks to NHS staff using Microsoft Teams to communicate with colleagues, rather than picking up the phone or holding in-person meetings, a study has shown.