The second #OpenDataSavesLives session of 2021 to be led by the Health Foundation looked at open data and digital innovation in home care and supported living and was chaired by Ellen Coughlan, Programme Manager and Fiona Grimm, Principal Data Analyst.
As part of our #OpenDataSavesLives event series, we hosted a special live un-conference on 18 March 2021 to ask the #OpenDataSavesLives community to submit their response and comments to the Goldacre Review.
More than 50 people joined our third #OpenDataSavesLives session of 2021 and the first to be led by the Health Foundation. The session looked at open data and digital innovation in primary care.
Our second #OpenDataSavesLives session of the year focused on the role of the analyst during COVID-19 and with 61 participants, our #OpenDataSavesLives community continues to grow from strength to strength.
In this blog, Paul ConnelI, Founder of ODI Leeds, will be taking his own advice 'to share and think out loud' about our #OpenDataSavesLives work, where ODI Leeds partnered with Beautiful Information during 2020.
Using regional COVID-19 data to improve patient pathways
Our final and twentieth #OpenDataSavesLives session of 2020 on 3 December focused on COVID and ethnicity.
Introducing #OpenDataSavesLives and launching our new website.
Our eighteenth #OpenDataSavesLives session of 2020 focused on data sharing, better linked data and why data encapsulating sensitive issues like domestic abuse.