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					The Health and Social Care
    Information Centre




                reducing the burden - improving services
The HSCIC

• Who and what we are

• The services we provide

• Surveys we manage

• Our perspective on the Health Survey for England




                                   reducing the burden - improving services
Who we are

• Launched as a Special Health Authority on 1st April 2005
  to:
• Co-ordinate and streamline the collection and sharing of
  data
   – Make information more accessible
   – Reduce the burden of information collection
   – Strengthen the capacity for informed decision making




                                    reducing the burden - improving services
The Executive team

•   Chair – Mike Ramsden
•   Interim CEO – Bob Allen
•   CEO from 4 July – Professor Denise Lievesley
•   Executive Directors – John Fox, David Whitaker
•   Non Executive Directors - Mr Anthony (Tony) Allen, Mrs
    Lucinda Bolton, Mr Anthony Land, Professor Michael
    Pearson




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Health and Social Care Information Centre - history

• The authority has taken on
   – Some of the information-related functions of the former
     NHS Information Authority
   – Functions from the Department of Health, including
     survey management




                                    reducing the burden - improving services
Our current services

• NHS Clinical Datasets Service
• National Analytical Services, including software
  support and training
• National Clinical Audit Support (heart disease,
  diabetes, cancer)
• Casemix services
• NHS Care Record Secondary Uses customer
  interface




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Our current services (continued)

• Population and geography data services
• Health Informatics standards and networks
• Star rating work with the Healthcare Commission and
  Commission for Social Care Inspection
• New NHS Omnibus Sample Survey
• Review of Central Returns
• Supporting primary care practitioners remuneration




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Our current services (continued)
 Statistics for:                      • Community nursing
 •   Hospital episodes including      • Midwifery and Maternity
     morbidity                          services
 •   Ophthalmic services
                                      • Ambulance services
 •   Social Care, performance,
     finance and workforce            • Therapy services
 •   Adult social care services       • Cancer screening
 •   NHS workforce                    •   Mental health
 •   General practice workforce
                                      • Population and geographic
 •   Lifestyle
                                        boundary
 •   Dental
 •   Contraception and Immunisation   • Pharmacy and
                                        hospital
                                        prescribing costs
                                        and volume

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Major surveys we manage

• Health Survey for England

•   Psychiatric Morbidity Survey series
•   Schoolchildren’s smoking, drinking and drugs misuse
•   Dental health series
•   Infant Feeding
•   Learning Difficulties
•   Diet and Nutrition

• Represent DH interests in cross-government surveys eg.
  GHS/Omnibus/CPS


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Our perspective on HSfE

   • Business as usual

   • Public Health Intelligence Task Force

   • Dissemination development:
      – NCHOD, Compendium
      – Neighbourhood Statistics


   • Stakeholder engagement


                                      reducing the burden - improving services
   more information
     www.ic.nhs.uk
enquiries: 0845 300 60 16

  Survey Management:
richard.bond@ic.nhs.uk
     020 7972 5675

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