The National Back Office (NBO) provides a national data quality service. It's responsible for the management of NHS Numbers and PDS records, investigation and resolution of data quality incidents on Personal Demographics Service (PDS) demographic records, and the provision of a Tracing Service to approved organisations.
The National Casemix Office (NCO) designs and refines classifications used to describe NHS healthcare activity in England. These classifications underpin the national reimbursement system from costing through to payment, and support local commissioning and performance management.
The call/recall system invites women for a smear test based upon criteria such as age, location, GP and previous test results.
The National Clinical Content Repository (NCCR) is a library operated by the NHS Digital Copyright Licensing Service. It provides legal permission to use copyrighted assessments and scales, some of which are contained within our data-sets.
The national data opt-out is a service that allows patients to opt out of their confidential patient information being used for research and planning.
The national disease registration service (NDRS) collects data on patients with cancer, congenital anomalies and rare diseases
The National Events Management Service (NEMS) enables the sharing of specific health information about a patient in near real-time. Information is shared in the form of event messages, following a publish and subscribe model and using the NHS Spine.
The NHAIS systems in England, Wales and Isle of Man are being replaced by a range of new services during 2021 and early 2022.
The National Pandemic Flu Service (NPFS) is designed to supplement the response provided by primary care during an influenza pandemic.
The National Performers List service is a list of approved GPs, opticians and dentists who satisfy a range of criteria necessary for working in the NHS.
National Record Locator (NRL) will allow health and care professionals and providers to securely locate and identify patient records elsewhere in the health system.
We register nhs.uk domain names for organisations wanting an NHS website. We also deal with IP addresses, NHS.UK email domains and EDI addresses.
Providing a fast and convenient alternative to the 111 phone service and an option for people who want to access 111 online.
The NHS App provides a simple and secure way for people to access a range of NHS services on their smartphone or tablet.
Guidance for health app developers, commissioners and assessors to get trusted digital tools assessed and published on the NHS Apps Library.
Read how the NHS Blood and Organ Donation Registers work and download user reference manuals.
Our programme provides a dedicated contact point for both NHS commissioners and, where appropriate, their contracted healthcare providers and their system suppliers.
The NHS Data Model and Dictionary Service provides the development, maintenance and support of NHS Information Standards. The NHS Data Model and Dictionary gives a reference point for assured information standards, to support health care activities in the NHS in England.
How we are supporting health and care as part of the government response to coronavirus (COVID-19).
NHS DigiTrials offers data services to support clinical trials. We help reduce the time, effort and cost of developing new drugs, treatments and services, bringing benefits to patients, the public and the NHS.
The NHS e-Referral Service (e-RS) combines electronic booking with a choice of place, date and time for first hospital or clinic appointments. Patients can choose their initial hospital or clinic appointment, which they can then book online (a telephone service is also available) or in the GP surgery at the point of referral.
NHS login provides patients with a simple, secure and re-usable way to access multiple digital health and care services.
Sign in to your secure NHS email. NHSmail is a secure email service approved for sharing sensitive information.
The NHS Number helps healthcare staff and service providers match patients to their health records.
Find out about NHS Pathways, a clinical tool used for assessing, triaging and directing the public to urgent and emergency care services. Learn more about the about the benefits of the service, how it works and how to use it.
NHS Service Finder gives users access to accurate, real-time information to help signpost patients to available services that best meet their needs.
The NHS website provides comprehensive health information with thousands of articles, videos and tools to help the public make the best choices for their health and lifestyle.
Over 8,000 centres of patient care across England have been WiFi enabled through the NHS WiFi programme, providing over 63 million visiting patients and citizens with access to free NHS WiFi.