This is an A-Z list of all the services provided, hosted or support by the Systems and Service Delivery team. Use the first link below if you're trying to find the full list of NHS Digital services.
Systems and Service Delivery: A to Z
We identify individuals at highest risk of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm, and invite them for screening
The Systems and Service Delivery (SSD) team within NHS Digital host the Bureau Service Portal.
Breast Screening Select (BSS) and the Breast Screening Information System (BSIS) are browser-based applications that support National Breast Screening services in England.
The Registration system forms one of the largest population databases in operation in England and Wales.
The Primary Care Information Service (PCIS) application provides access to databases and tools for overseeing service delivery in primary care.
The Independent Communications Manager (ICM) acts as the communications interface for National Health Applications and Infrastructure Services (NHAIS) applications.
Read how the NHS Blood and Organ Donation Registers work and download user reference manuals.
Organisation Links (Orglinks) allows health authorities to grant other registered organisations electronic access to patient identity details.
The Bowel Cancer Screening System (BCSS) identifies and invites eligible men and women to participate in bowel cancer screening.
The call/recall system invites women for a smear test based upon criteria such as age, location, GP and previous test results.
The National Cancer Waiting Times system allows NHS providers to record data derived from patient care activity.
Aggregated statistical data are collected from primary care organisations' NHAIS systems and used to assist the running of the screening programmes.
The Family Nurse Partnership is an intensive, nurse-led programme of home visits for vulnerable, first time, young parents.
The National Health Application and Infrastructure Services (NHAIS) Breast Screening System is used to select women on local NHAIS systems who are eligible for breast screening.
The Bowel Cancer Screening System (BCSS) identifies eligible men and women to participate in bowel cancer screening.
The GP Payments system provides NHS England with the tools for managing the calculation of payments to GP practices.
Extract data from the National Health Application and Infrastructure Services (NHAIS) database.
Access health authority data to run queries and conduct detailed analysis.
An electronic data interchange between health authorities and GPs operating throughout England and Wales.
MIQUEST enables the collection of health data from GP computer systems in a common computer-readable format.
A collection of services provided and/or supported by the Systems and Service Delivery team.
Our information, data, and IT systems help health professionals, commissioners, analysts and managers give the best outcomes for patients.
Services include the Calculating Quality Reporting Service Bureau, Data Centre Hosting, GMS Census download and Prescription Pricing Division Data
Open Exeter gives access to patient data held on the National Health Application and Infrastructure Services (NHAIS) systems.
The Systems and Service Delivery team within NHS Digital operate a number of IT service desks.
The Ophthalmic Payments System is the central system which helps opticians to submit claims for NHS work and receive payment. It also provides central reporting and fraud detection tools to the NHS, as well as providing the information for the central Optician Directory.