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Health and social care data to integrate

5th July 2012

The NHS Information Centre is set to have a national role in integrating health and social care data in a move that will see the two data sets joined up for the first time to aid integrated commissioning under the NHS Commissioning Board’s final information operating model.

The aim is to offer new opportunities to benchmark performance and costs and comes as the board’s commissioning intelligence lead Helen Brown suggested councils could share data services with clinical commissioning groups, or be licensed as a commissioning support service themselves.

 

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Article Information

Title: Health and social care data to integrate
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 22285
Date Added: 5th Jul 2012

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