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An online app which lets people find out the number of Covid-19 cases near their home has been used more than three million times.
A new data collection that provides information about what medicines are prescribed and administered in hospitals is now available to support COVID-19 research.
Patients are now able to easily and safely book and manage their e-RS referrals through the NHS App, reducing non-attendance of appointments and saving GPs’ time.
The Board of NHS Digital regrets to announce that Sarah Wilkinson has resigned as CEO of NHS Digital and will leave the organisation in the summer.
A new report has been published today which uses NHS Digital’s adult social care statistics to show trends over time.
International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women, as well as highlighting and challenging gender inequality that women continue to face.
The latest statistics on adult social care staff employed by local authorities in England have been published today by NHS Digital.
Statistics on the number of blind and partially sighted people who registered with their local authority during 2019-20 have been published today by NHS Digital.
Following feedback from GPs and consultants, NHS Digital has improved the NHS e-Referral Service (e-RS), to make referring smoother and easier for all.
Data from NHS Digital has helped researchers discover that an anti-inflammatory drug reduces the risk of death in patients with severe coronavirus (COVID-19).