Explore with Integrated Care Systems potential for expanding Connected Yorkshire across Yorkshire and Humber


Connected Yorkshire is working with NHS organisations across Yorkshire and Humber to explore linking anonymous patient data across different healthcare organisations to understand how to improve care. By linking data from places like hospitals, GP practices, education, housing and councils, researchers can see the full picture of patient needs and outcomes.

Linking data enables quicker improvements in health and care service delivery, improve and enable information sharing between organisations, and help plan better services. For example, linking data on elderly patients can help coordinate services proactively to reduce preventable hospitalisations from issues like falls, keeping older people healthy and independent longer. The goal is continuous improvement in patient care and outcomes across.


Sub-theme: Systems Change

Currently Underway

Team Contact:

Programme Manager- Connected Bradford

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