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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.
Almost 28 million people in England have registered with NHS login, and more than 16 million have signed up for the NHS App, with the demand for digital healthcare services greater than ever during the coronavirus pandemic.
Diagnoses of new malignant cancers in England increased from 323,450 in 2018 to 327,174 in 2019, new figures from NHS Digital show.
Local authorities spent £21.2 billion on adult social care in 2020-21, statistics published today by NHS Digital show.
Keep I.T. Confidential aims to help NHS staff understand more about cyber security threats and know what to do to reduce the risk.
Information relating to the costs of providing, maintaining and servicing the NHS estate has been published by NHS Digital today.
Responsibility for the National Disease Registration Service (NDRS) has transferred to NHS Digital from Public Health England (PHE). The transfer is part of the government’s reforms to the public health system announced in March 2021.
Figures showing the recorded prevalence of 20 conditions including asthma, hypertension, dementia, diabetes, and depression have been published today by NHS Digital.