Informing the national conversation about data and health We provide an independent and expert voice around analytics and data-driven technology, making sense of a rapidly evolving field
Across all of our work, and often working with others, we aim to shape the national conversation about data and technology.
We think that analytics and data-driven technology can and should create better health and care for all. Our published work draws on our data analytics expertise, and on our experience of working closely with the NHS and social care services, to inform national policy and strategy. We regularly share findings and insights through blogs, events, reports, and media commentary. We provide an independent and expert voice, and constructive challenge, making sense of a rapidly evolving field.
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Adam Steventon sets out three key tests for the government's contact tracing app.
Adam Steventon, Sarah Deeny and Ellen Coughlan explore how we can support better data analytics for...
The NHS’s new AI lab needs to focus on the needs of patients and the health system, argue Adam...
If developed wisely, risk prediction tools could help clinicians provide earlier diagnosis and...
If the future of primary care is digital, the approach to it must meet the needs of a diverse...
Can health service evaluations be both rapid and rigorous? Arne Wolters reflects on his experience...
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