Health inequalities data sources map

Sarah Day

12 October 2021

The HFMA has produced this map of health inequalities policy and data from across the four nations of the United Kingdom. It brings together key national guidance and data with useful resources to support NHS finance professionals. 

As the NHS seeks to tackle the health inequalities brought into sharp focus by the Covid-19 pandemic, it is vital that NHS finance staff are able to support their organisations through the use of good quality data and evidence. 

Aimed primarily at NHS finance professionals in both provider and commissioner organisations, this map provides a quick reference guide to key guidance documents, national statistics and data focusing on specific areas of health inequality. 

There is a vast amount of information available to support work to tackle health inequalities and this map cannot include it all. However, the items included cover key areas and provide references to other useful sources. 

Please e-mail with any links to further guidance or resources that may be helpful to include. 
Health inequalities data sources map

October 2021 (PDF 233KB)

Additional documents

NHS Efficiency Map - Dec 2019 Update

December 2019 (PDF 544KB)

The role of NHS finance in addressing health inequalities June 2021

July 2021 (PDF 187KB)

NHS corporate governance map October 2021

October 2021 (PDF 475KB)

HFMA MH map 261121

November 2021 (PDF 270KB)

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