Organisation Reference Data (ORD) Changes

Closed 16 Apr 2018

Opened 4 Jan 2018

Overview

The data maintained by the Organisation Data Service (ODS) has recently had a new Information Standard (SCCI0090) for 'Health and Social Care Organisation Reference Data' approved and published.

This Information Standard has proposed a series of modifications to the existing organisation data interface to address some long-standing issues.

The ODS project team have created several tools to explain and assess the potential impact of the changes.

We recommend you follow this simple approach:

 

If you have not seen the presentation or completed an impact assessment - please exit the questionnaire and complete these two tasks first.

 

You can access these tools and other helpful resources via the Engagement Portal https://hscic.kahootz.com/connect.ti/O_D_S/grouphome

 

If you have followed these steps - please read the information below and continue with the survey


 

Why We Are Consulting

The purpose of this survey is to get your feedback on the potential impact of the changes described in the Information Standard Notice (ISN)

The results will be used to identify and plan how we can support you with these changes.

We do ask for some personal information completing the questionnaire to offer you relevant advice and guidance. Any identifiable information you provide will be kept securely and will not be published.

Participation in the survey is completely voluntary, and it should take no more than 15 minutes to complete.

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • CIOs
  • Finance Managers
  • Health IT System Suppliers
  • Senior Information Risk Owners
  • Heads of Information
  • Information Managers
  • IT Quality Assurance Managers
  • Data Quality Managers
  • Acute Foundation Trusts
  • Care Non Foundation Trusts
  • Care Foundation Trusts
  • Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs)
  • Commissioning Support Units (CSU)
  • NHS Commissioning Board
  • NHS England
  • Clinical Commissioning Groups
  • Acute Care
  • Community Care
  • Secondary Care
  • NHS England Commissioning Teams
  • All Users of the Commissioning Data Sets
  • All Users of National Data Sets
  • IT System suppliers
  • Private Health care provider
  • NHS Digital Staff

Interests

  • Information Technology