100 Ways of Using Data to Make Lives Better
100 Ways of Using Data to Make Lives Better is a series of 100 national case studies that showcase how health data is being used for research to improve quality of care, safety and outcomes for patients. By publishing these case studies, the Institute aims to promote the safe and trusted use of data in research and raise awareness of its benefits to patients and the public.
You can view the full series of case studies on the Farr Institute's website.
- Accurately estimating burden of disease in England from electronic health records
- Comparing heart attack care between countries to improve outcomes
- Preventing tuberculosis in migrant populations
- Using health record data to find out about the role of gender in the onset of symptomatic cardiovascular disease
- Virus genetic variations guiding best treatments
- Real-time detection of influenza outbreaks in hospitals: demonstrating infection response through virus genomics (ICONIC)