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Data management and architecture services

Managing your data safely and securely - the Data Management and Architecture (DMA) department is responsible for securely managing, processing, analysing, and reporting data from care providers.

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Data Protection Impact Assessments

Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIAs) are required by law in circumstances where there are potential or actual risks to the privacy of personal information where it is processed by an organisation.

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Digital intelligence

Digital Intelligence provides insights using powerful pre-built data models that are delivered in fully scalable enterprise reports.

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Digital transformation services

We provide support for digital transformation strategies, enabling change through technology to target the areas that are critical for improvement.

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Dynamic Discharge Solution (DDS)

A whole system view to ensure the right information is available for the right people in the right place at the right time.

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Finance analytics and financial governance

SCW has a multi-skilled and innovative finance team supporting the delivery of health and care to provide the best value for patients, achieved by collaborating across systems and investing in our people. 

Finance, performance and system assurance

We use contractual frameworks to secure the quality and value for money services needed for your local health and social care provision. 


Freedom of Information service

Ensuring you comply with the Freedom of Information Act by responding to FOI requests in a timely and comprehensive manner.

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Geographic information services (GIS)

Mapping your future healthcare needs. The HealthGIS team specialise in the development of interactive maps and dashboards that illustrate local and strategic healthcare data with instant results.

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Health and safety management and support

Safeguarding your workforce and ensuring compliance with the Health and Safety at Work Act.

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Human Resources

Every organisation’s greatest asset is its people. We recognise that to deliver effective services people need to be equipped to support both the challenges being faced today and to be confident in delivering solutions for the future.

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Improving Immunisation Uptake Team

Reducing variation in immunisation uptake, through the utilisation of Child Health Information Services (CHIS) data and direct collaboration with colleagues in primary care.