Analytics and data Analytics and data can allow us to understand how health and the quality of care is changing, and where it might be improved
Our in-house Data Analytics team and the Improvement Analytics Unit (our partnership with NHS Improvement) use robust quantitative analysis and statistical methods. They look at the quality of health care across the UK, from local projects and nationwide trends.
Our recent work and content on this topic is listed below.
How does the NHS in England compare with health care systems in 11 OECD countries?
Kathryn Marszalek from the Health Foundation and Dr Jessica Butler from the University of Aberdeen on the Networked Data Lab.
Will the Wade-Gery review enable the NHS to make a leap forwards on tech and data? Tim Horton reflects on what matters for enabling service transformation in practice.
Landmark international study highlights need to reduce time that hip fracture patients spend in hospital in England
Innovative international study uses electronic medical records to compare the cost and quality of care between health care systems in 11 OECD countries, including the NHS in England.
Evidence on the short- and long-term effect of integrated care programmes on emergency hospital use to inform the national roll-out of Integrated Care Systems (ICS).
NHSX’ NHS AI Lab and the Health Foundation have today awarded £1.4m to four projects to address racial and ethnic health inequalities using artificial intelligence (AI).
Health Foundation statement on Networked Data Lab research surrounding clinically extremely vulnerable (CEV) people.
We present analysis from the Networked Data Lab on the impact the pandemic has had on the clinically extremely vulnerable population.
Join us as we showcase the successful award holders of our AI and Ethnic and Racial Health Inequalities competition jointly funded with the NHS AI Lab and enabled by the NIHR.
A scoping review of the factors that influence families’ ability or capacity to provide young people with emotional support over the transition to adulthood
Mixed methods of scoping the factors that Influence families’ ability or capacity to provide young people with emotional support over the transition to adulthood.