Improving data quality for community and mental health services

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Elizabeth Hale, CLCH NHS Trust, Howard Davis, Grant Thornton, and Tracy White, CNWN FT

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With the move to a more integrated approach to delivering healthcare, robust data for community and mental health services is vital for planning and delivering services across local health systems. Traditionally there has been less scrutiny of this data than the data for acute services. As a result, it can be challenging to produce consistently accurate and complete data. The joint HFMA and Grant Thornton briefing focuses on improving the quality of data for mental health and community services for the purpose of costing. However, the key messages are relevant to the wider group of stakeholders who use the data for multiple other purposes, for example improving patient pathways, delivering better value and tackling health inequalities. Join us for this webinar, supported by Grant Thornton, to listen to NHS colleagues discuss the importance of data in their services, and how they are working to improve it.

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