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NHS London data made available

NHS London Data on Update on London.gov.uk:

NHS London makes yet more NHS data publically available as part of the government’s Information Revolution. In this latest update NHS London has made available previously unpublished data about the number of stroke patients taken by ambulance under ‘blue light’ conditions direct to a Hyper Acute Stroke Unit. We have also updated data about stroke, healthcare associated infections, cancer, A&E, referral to treatment, immunisation and a number of indicators in the London Healthcare Benchmarking Tool.

The data is available on Datastore and on NHS London’s website here:http://www.london.nhs.uk/your-nhs-in-london/publishing-nhs-data

It’s important to NHS London that the information we publish is useful and interesting for Londoners and we welcome suggestions about what information we should be publishing. Please let us know what information you would like us to publish by emailing us atInformationRevolution@london.nhs.uk

Ben King
Communications and Marketing Manager, NHS London

NHS Information Revolution on London.gov.uk:

11TH FEBRUARY 2011

NHS London is continuing to make NHS data publically available as part of the government’s Information Revolution.  In this latest update NHS London has made available previously unpublished data relating to major trauma, mental health and Londoners’ satisfaction with the NHS. We have also updated data relating to maternity services to include the very latest figures.

The data is available on Datastore and on NHS London’s website here:www.london.nhs.uk/your-nhs-in-london/publishing-nhs-data.

It’s important to NHS London that the information we publish is useful and interesting for Londoners and we welcome suggestions about what information we should be publishing. Please let us know what information you would like us to publish by emailing us atInformationRevolution@london.nhs.uk.

Ben King
Communications and Marketing Manager, NHS London

 

 

 

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About Margaret Gold

Margaret is an innovation and business launch specialist in the mobile industry, one of the organisers of Over the Air (the annual mobile developer hack-a-thon event), and the founder of The Mobile Collective.

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