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We help people make better decisions for commissioning, prioritisation and improving outcomes, by providing high-quality analysis and interpretation of population health data. Our online resources are backed up by workforce training and access to expert advice.
Eastern Field Epidemiology Unit monitors infections and other health protection issues across the Anglia & Essex, and South Midlands & Hertfordshire PHE Centre areas.
NDTMS EAST is commissioned by Public Health England (PHE) to collect substance misuse treatment data.
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Intelligent Working Awards 2014: Winner

Full details available at: http://www.erpho.org.uk/ep/KandInetwork.aspx


Longer Lives

Local variation in avoidable death rates have been published by Public Health England (PHE):

A new website allows local people to see easily how their areas perform on early deaths from the major four killers, like heart disease and cancer, and how this varies across the country.

More details...


Fingertips: provides a rich source of indicators across a range of health and wellbeing themes.

  • Browse indicators at top-tier local authority level
  • Benchmark against the regional or England average
  • Export data and graphs to use locally

Updated indicators are for Fingertips Midlands and East.

For more detailed information go to the Fingertips website



INHALE

The INteractive Health Atlas for Lung conditions in England aims to:

  • Help commissioners assess the impact of respiratory disease on local populations,
  • Provide a single source of data on the burden of, and quality of care for respiratoy disease in England,
  • Provide accessible, actionable data showing clinical variation, trends in disease patterns and quality of care.

Click here for more detailed information...