The National Mental Health, Dementia and Neurology Intelligence Network (NMHDNIN) analyses information and data and turns it into timely meaningful health intelligence for commissioners, policy makers, clinicians and health professionals to improve services, outcomes and reduce the negative impact of mental health, dementia and neurology problems.
The work of NMHDNIN complements NHS England’s Strategic Clinical Network and includes mental health and wellbeing, dementia and neurology.
The NMHDNIN helps commissioners, policy makers and clinicians collate information and data on three pathways through health services that affect millions of people in England. This information is also available to the public, service users and their families.
Last Updated: Thursday, 8th January 2015
Intelligence: access to data and information to support service improvement
We provide easy access to data to improve mental health, dementia and neurology services and the wellbeing of whole communities.
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Evidence of what works and where change can be most effective
We work with local systems to support their use of data and information to inform local decision making and promote an evidenced-based approach to the improvement of services. We are working with national partners across many sectors.
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Working together across the health and care sector
We are led by Public Health England with support from NHS England, Department of Health and key stakeholders.
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