Using intelligence to improve end of life care

The National End of Life Care Intelligence Network (NEoLCIN) aims to improve the collection and analysis of information related to the quality, volume and costs of care provided by the NHS, social services and the third sector, to adults approaching the end of life. This intelligence will help drive improvements in the quality and productivity of services. The Network is part of the National End of Life Care Programme.

The National End of Life Care Intelligence Network will be part of Public Health England from 1st April 2013.

Data and statistics on end of life care by Local Authority and Primary Care Trust in England, broken down by age, gender, place of death and cause of death.

A guide to key health, social care and related data sources in the field.

Where to go for advice and information, for patients, carers and relatives.

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