routine data

routine data

A UK term for non-targeted data obtained from ongoing data collection systems associated with the health and social services.
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Using routine data, the team carried out in-depth analysis of where patients who use Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services come from and how well the service is used in different communities.
Data Informed Decision Making: Implement system-wide routine data collection, sharing and dissemination to increase knowledge and inform practice.
No routine data is collected by local authorities about children of prisoners in either England or Wales, meaning that this small but vulnerable group of children are unknown, and the Welsh Government does not routinely disaggregate and publish data on prisoners or their youngsters.
But the absence of routine data means that when it comes to improving patient safety, we are often in the dark.
In the realm of bots, automated routine data collection procedures and data analysis applications will converge in a cloud-based, real-time monitoring and auditing system supervised and utilized by accountants, who will be able to focus on more complex and judgmental tasks.
It can help make routine data transfers more secure, tighten up the movement of files between teachers and allow contractors limited access to the district's network.
However, as many good things which used to be a part of the routine data collection, FBS stopped conducting the Pakistan Demographic Survey after the last one conducted in 2008.
The fine folks at The Silph Road also conducted their routine data mine of 0.
We could focus more on improving mission performance and coming up with innovative solutions to problems, instead of performing routine data gathering, compliance reviews, and reporting.
This study reviewed the deaths of children aged <5 years in the Metro West geographical service area (GSA) of the Western Cape Province (WC) in 2011 with particular reference to cause and location using routine data sources.
These are topics to be set up for routine data collection and analysis using tools as simple as Google Alerts.
Automation of routine data analysis simultaneously saves staff a great deal of manual effort and enables more analyses to run against larger data sets than human analysts could accomplish on an ad hoc basis.