Network Intelligence and Data

Collecting data and intelligence allows us to measure the impact of our work.

By making comparisons across a range of data we can map improvements or changes in the health of our local populations. We can monitor differences across the region as a whole, or by specific communities, for example by CCG area, as well as make comparisons with other areas in the country or with national statistics.

The Clinical Networks has a small team of experts who collate, manage and analyse published national data from sources such as NHS Digital, Office of National Statistics, Public Health England and NHS England.  They then localise it to make it relevant and useful for use by Networks, advisory groups and others, such as commissioners.

We are in the process of collating relevant local information relating to the various specialisms within the Networks but below you can see some national statistics from the individual Networks which may be useful:

Cancer Alliance Intelligence

Mental Health And Dementia Network Intelligence

Maternity Network Intelligence

Cardiovascular Disease Network Intelligence

Diabetes Intelligence