Data services to support Population Health Management, Care and Service Planning

We are developing data services to support a range of service and quality improvements. The South East London ICS data services will bring together important health and care information into a single place, organise that information and then make it available to appropriate health and care professionals and service leaders. This will support decision making in relation to people’s direct care, service design, transformation, overall population health and important research.

The current data services project, a collaborative between South East London, North West London, and North East London, is called the Discovery Data Service (DDS). This is overseen by a Collaborative Board made up of representatives from each ICS.

This collaboration helps to support a more joined up approach to information across multiple health and care organisations in London, supporting local and wider strategic objectives and improvements.  This includes our collective efforts to support more proactive and preventative care, often called Population Health Management.

Supporting Documentation

News, stories and events

Care must be designed and delivered with the patient at centre

Tosca Fairchild is Chief of Staff for the South East London Integrated Care System (ICS), a role that holds a large amount of responsibility and oversees many functions. Here she tells us about her role.

22 Mar 2023
Junior doctors and dental trainees to take strike action

Monday 13th March to Wednesday 15th March

09 Mar 2023
New pelvic health service launched in south east London

A new perinatal pelvic health service for women and birthing people has been launched in South East London. The aim of this service is to support those experiencing mild to moderate pelvic health issues during pregnancy or up to a year after giving birth. Specialist pelvic health physiotherapists and midwives are working across maternity providers […]

08 Mar 2023