Successful data upload

Participating hospitals have just completed the latest upload of their IBD data to the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) and the Registry now has data from 8 hospitals (6 using the Registry PMS, 1 using web tool and 1 sending data from their own database) with a total of 8,037 patients. Many thanks to all the clinical teams who submitted their data. This list of IBD patients has been used by the HSCIC to produce an extract from the NHS England Hospital Episode Statistics with all the patients’ outpatient, day case, inpatient and A&E attendances going back to 2005. This data will be analysed by the University of Liverpool who will provide each participating site with a report on their clinical and HES data..

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