More insight coming soon…

Posted on: February 7, 2020

Content from the Future of Essex newsletter


2020 is certain to be a year of action for ecda with several of our key projects due to deliver insight.

From new projects including avoidable A&E attendance and homelessness, to providing additional insight on escalating domestic abuse, youth violence and vulnerability, county lines and knife crime, ecda will continue to provide a data analytics service that enables partners to safely share data and deliver actionable insight that informs early intervention and preventative services across the county.

Initial insight recently generated on mental health crisis has helped ECC Commissioners to identify where there are crossovers between mental health, social care and drug and alcohol services. To further support agency collaboration, the work is expanding to include EPUT data. The ambition is to design an early warning system that identify opportunities to intervene earlier and prevent our most vulnerable citizens reaching crisis.

We’ll keep you posted as our work continues to develop, you can subscribe to our blog https://insight.blog.essex.gov.uk/category/ecda/ or contact us for more information at any time by emailing [email protected]

Author: Steering Member
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