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The following tools can be used for finding, combining, and manipulating our data. See also our many systems for maintaining and moving information.

  • Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework (ASCOF)

    Find data on outcomes for adult users of local authority-funded social care and support (including carers) for each local authority area.

  • Hospital Estates and Facilities Statistics

    This online system contains annual data from the Estates Return Information Collection (ERIC) from 1999/2000 onwards. It has a wide variety of information on estates and facilities.

  • Indicator Portal

    The NHS IC's Indicator Portal brings a range of health indicators together in one place. Providing quick and easy access to hundreds of indicators, it's a valuable information resource for all health and social care professionals.

  • My HSCIC

    My HSCIC is your personalised homepage on our website: a central place to house the key information sources you need to help you perform your job more effectively.

  • National Adult Social Care Intelligence Service (NASCIS)

    What is NASCIS? The National Adult Social Care Intelligence Service (NASCIS) is a single national resource of social care information for England. The website has a collection of data, tools and resources designed to meet the needs of service planners, managers, researchers and policy makers and others.

  • iView

    Access and extract information to meet your own needs. Make selections, view comparisons, create tables and generate graphs.

  • NHS Safety Thermometer

    The NHS Safety Thermometer is a local improvement tool for measuring, monitoring and analysing patient harms and 'harm free' care.

  • Quality Outcomes Framework (QOF) online database

    The Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF) is a voluntary annual reward and incentive programme for all GP surgeries in England, detailing practice achievement results. It is not about performance management, but resourcing and then rewarding good practice.

  • Secure Electronic File Transfer (SEFT)

    Secure Electronic File Transfer (SEFT) allows us to transfer data to and from any external organisation electronically and securely. The service allows us to provide a secure wrapper around any file, irrespective of file type, structure or data content.

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