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Using and sharing information
We will use information to identify key trends and issues and share it with local and national partners to help them mitigate and manage risks, and to mobilise additional support where it’s needed most. This means collecting and monitoring information through our usual data sources, increasing efforts to encourage feedback from the public and care staff, and introducing new sources where required, such as CQC’s daily tracker for care at home services.
This information will help us make informed decisions and support the wider health and social care system to respond to issues at local, regional and national levels.
By using our unique position in health and social care to do this, we are able to highlight key trends and issues to system partners such as NHS England and the Department of Health and Social Care, which will help to drive action to get the help and support you need.
- Last updated:
- 01 June 2020