Developing our data and analytics capabilities to support Proactive Care, Service and Population Health improvements and Research and Innovation

In collaboration with partners across London, supported by the London Data Strategy, we are developing data and analytical capabilities to help improve the delivery, planning and co-ordination of health and care services across South East London.

Our collective aim, in line with the expectation of Londoners, is to bring together important health and care information into a single place, organise it, and share it with appropriate health and care professionals, and service leaders, to improve their decision making and ultimately the care that local people receive. This includes more equitable, proactive and co-ordinated care for the people of South East London, wherever they receive their care in London. This is often referred to as population health improvements.

These new developments will also help to improve important research capabilities across London, which in turn aims to improve the care people receive in future e.g. service re-design, new care pathways and treatments.

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News, stories and events

IT outage – Friday 19 July

Information and advice following the IT outage on Friday.

22 Jul 2024
Net Zero Week: delivering sustainable healthcare in south east London

In 2020, the NHS became the first national health system in the world to commit to delivering net zero. The NHS accounts for around 4% of the UK’s carbon emissions, so we have a significant role in meeting the net zero targets under the Climate Change Act. For emissions that the NHS can control directly, […]

06 Jul 2024
Information on the Synnovis cyber attack

On 3 June, Synnovis, a pathology laboratory which processes blood tests on behalf of a number of NHS organisations, primarily in South East London, was the victim of a cyber attack. For the latest updates on this, please see this dedicated NHS England website. You can also see the latest impact statement, published by NHS […]

05 Jul 2024