Data Governance

Current Priorities
Understanding how populations are shaped and how they are being
served, and could be better served by their providers is fundamental to identifying opportunities across Health and 
Welbeing areas.

To achieve this partner 
providers need to create a shared view of the issues and identify the most appropriate intervention and, more critically the right delivery partner 
to ensure the outcomes are delivered.

Therefore it is essential that partner organisations at ICS, Place and Provider level have a common understanding of what the data is saying and, crucially, the context this data is set within

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Data Limitations
Much of the data available to Executives and managers across Health and Wellbeing partnerships is governed by provider GDPR. This is absolutely appropriate however it often means that data, no matter how good, cannot be shared across organisational boundaries or amalgamated to create richer data and better insights. 

Furthermore the tools and skills required to manipulate data in a way that makes large and complex data sets manageable and useful is not currently common place within the partner organisations.

This means that, unfortunately executives and senior managers tasked with releasing the potential of a ‘system’ approach are often flying blind trying to piece together disparate data, often published in different formats together to get some kind of actionable insight.

The Solution
VUIT overcomes the constraints of data sharing governance by using national data already consolidated and redacted sufficiently for it to be put in the public domain.

The data VUIT uses is issued into the public domain under the
Open Government Licence which you can find here –

This means you can use the data we manage and manipulate safe in the knowledge that you are not exposed to any risk with regards to data protection, data governance or GDPR.

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