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1 Promoting quality for better health services Transparency and Open Data for National Audit Linda Haines, Project Manager Yvonne Tse, NCAPOP Programme and Development Officer

2 Transparency and Open data Project Workshop Programme 1.Introductions (5 mins) 2. Project overview ( LH - 10 mins) 3.NCAPOP data on (YT – 10 mins) 4.Questions and suggestions for groups (10 mins) 5.Group discussion (15 minutes) 6.Feedback (10 mins)

3 Transparency and Open data Project Project Overview 1. Background and aims 2.How the project was delivered 3.Issues and Concerns 4. Current situation 5.Plans for Next Phase

4 Transparency and Open Data Project – Background and aims July 2011 PM’s letter to Cabinet Ministers Commitment for clinical audit data to be made available from April 2012 Open standard format and via Comparison of performance of clinical teams Nov 2011 commissioned Transparency and Open Data Project to progress agenda

5 Transparency and Open Data Project Background and aims i)Openness about quality and performance ii)information about care at clinical team level for benchmarking and comparison iii)reuse and add value to data iv)more health information available for research v)information intermediaries reuse and add value e.g. creating health apps vi)England only at present

6 Transparency and Open Data Project - How it was delivered New to everyone! Not possible without suppliers support No specific guidance on how much or what data Lung cancer audit as pilot December 2012 Met/talked with all suppliers Commitment for data already in annual reports Variable amounts/formats – pragmatic approach Aggregated data (Trust/hospital)

7 Transparency and Open Data Project - How it was delivered Suppliers very willing to engage Understanding data.gov.uk – portal not repository Suppliers host data on websites Developed templates and guidance to help (in pack) Focussed on data in annual reports post April 2012 Requirement for transparency data now in HQIP’s SRP For new audits part of contract deliverables Suppliers must ensure no risk of patients being identified

8 Transparency and Open Data Project – Issues and Concerns Publishing data without context Unplanned, un-resourced workload for suppliers Requirement to remove Wales added workload Concerns about how data would be used – league tables New web pages needed - CSV format not supported Better ways for public to compare providers Publishing data not part of original agreements with local providers and impact on participation levels Levels of granularity – how low do we go? Distinction with data access requests

9 Transparency and Open Data Project – Next Phase Transparency and open data now embedded in culture Surgeon level outcomes in public domain SRP - Data publishing aligns with audit reporting cycle Review draft annual reports and request datasets Discussions with suppliers about increasing amount of data/lowering levels of granularity Suppliers defining clinical teams Standardising format of CSV files to make more useable Eventually complete audit data set aggregated to agreed level of granularity?

10 Promoting quality for better health services NCAPOP Data on data.gov.uk Yvonne Tse, NCAPOP Programme and Development Officer

11 Transparency and Open Data – Publication Process HQIP is publisher Supplier registers as editors Data sets reviewed before uploaded URL/links to suppliers own websites Transparency pages give context and more detail Datasets published under Open Government Licence

12 Transparency and Open Data Audit data on Number of NCAPOP audits with presence - 26 Number of CSV files – 27 Datasets vary in number and format Good openness rating – most with 3 Star Rating Approximately 2200 downloads since April 2012

13 Transparency and Open Data Audit data on

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17 Transparency and Open Data How is data used? Example of MINAP audit web page view and visit data

18 Transparency and Open Data How is data used?

19 Example of Apps listed on data.gov.uk

20 Transparency and Open Data How is data used? Example of FindTheBest Hospital App listed on data.gov.uk

21 Transparency and Open Data How is data used? Example of FindTheBest Hospital App – information on QE B’ham

22 Transparency and Open Data Thank you for listening Any questions about the presentation Ideas/topics for discussion? How can local audit data providers use data to drive QI Ideas for Linked audit datasets Suggestions for Apps/using audit data Possible barriers/difficulties


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