Using data and analytics to underpin better health and care

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The delivery of population health relies on the accessibility of good data across the system enabling health and care professionals to make informed decisions. Making sure that this data can be shared, embedded in local pathways and interpreted by the workforce is key to planning effective population health strategies and to improve patient care.

This free online event will discuss how data and analytics can aid decision-making in health and care organisations, ways in which they can be embedded within existing processes to improve patient care and how data can be safely shared between local health and care organisations to improve care delivery.

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'Data is the golden thread that runs right through the hospital – from patients up to the board level – and we can enable people to make data-driven decisions in all care settings.' 

Rob O’Neill, Head of Information, University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust



David Maguire

Senior Analyst, Policy, The King’s Fund


Ming Tang

National Director, Data and Analytics, NHS England and NHS Improvement


Nick Ward

Healthcare Account Specialist, Qlik


Rob O’Neill

Head of Information, University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust

Event partner

This event is held in partnership with Qlik. 

If you're interested in partnering with us on an online event please email Chloe Smithers or call her on 020 7307 2482.


Submit your questions

When you register, you'll be able to submit your questions for the panel on Slido. 

Please submit questions by Sunday 12 July for the chance to have your question featured in the discussion. Popular questions submitted during the broadcast on Tuesday 21 July will be answered and shared on this event page afterwards.

If you prefer, you can submit questions anonymously or ‘like’ other attendees’ questions to vote for them to be answered.

Click here to register your free place and submit your questions.

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Register here for free to watch on 21 July or on demand.