Using data to influence effective decision making in the NHS

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Andy McKinlay, Executive Director of Finance & Margaret Dockey, Prescription Information Services Manager, NHS BSA

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The NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) is an Arm’s Length Body of the DHSC. The NHS spend c£70bn annually through NHSBSA platforms and services, delivering payments to pharmacists and dentists, help for patients with UK and overseas health costs, NHS Jobs, ESR and NHS Pensions. This webinar highlights how the NHSBSA is using its data and under-standing of the system to provide valuable insights to the NHS, introducing its Data & Insight Strategy and using specific examples to show how prescribing data is being transformed into actionable in-sight; empowering those with direct patient care to make informed decisions, improving patient safety and patient outcomes. By signing up for this webinar you agree to agree to share your contact email address with NHSBSA. If you would prefer not to share your email address please email HFMA.Webinars@hfma.org.uk

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