Relevant statistics can underpin research projects and service planning. Below is a range of sources that provide statistics relevant to healthcare.
National and International Statistics
The English Health Statistics Steering Group have developed this health and social care landscape which provides links to all key official health and social care statistics in a central place. The landscape is intended to help all users find relevant statistics and associated information on specific health topics and cross-cutting themes.
The PHE Mortality Profile tool brings together a selection of mortality indicators from other PHE public health profiles, in order to make it easier to assess outcomes across a range of causes of death.
The framework focuses on the two high level outcomes we want to achieve across the public health system and beyond:
1. Increased healthy life expectancy
2. Reduced differences in life expectancy and healthy life expectancy between communities
Public Health Profiles is a rich source of indicators across a range of health and wellbeing themes that has been designed to support JSNA and commissioning to improve health and and reduce inequalities.
Research briefings on waiting lists, hospital activity, ambulance services, primary care, health screening, social care, personnel, health expenditure and public health.