Vicky is one of the creators of CLGdotTV, where she also produces and presents programmes. She has 25 years experience of delivering projects in and for public sector organisations including government departments, local authorities, the NHS, and professional associations. Much of her work has been around digitally-enabled innovation and improvement.


Using data to improve local services: stories from the frontline


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Peter Wells, Head of Policy, Open Data Institute & Brad Smith, Web Services Manager, Hertfordshire CC talk to Hilary Simpson of Sleuth Co-op 27 June

Peter Wells describes how the ODI has been working with four councils to explore how open data can be used to improve services. For example, Doncaster Council’s ‘open data scan’ exposed data previously buried in paper files and got it ‘out there’ to help build services for young people seeking work. Waltham Forest set about capturing data from users of its arts and culture places (working out the ethical issues along the way) to help them start engaging people beyond the usual suspects with these local facilities.

Brad talks about how Hertfordshire CC uses data gathered from a range of sources to improve the usefulness and usability of its website. Such data comes from user testing, search data, web visitor data, and from analysis of how people interact with individual web pages.

HCC tips on providing web and digital services

Information about the ODI local authority projects 


An Audience with CLGdotTV No3 - central London, 23 October 2018

will focus on social care and health, topics covered will include:

integration of health and social care services around place
the HR and skills connundrum at the heart of social care and health integration
the challenges of patient/citizen information sharing and how these can be overcome
the role of population, NHS ‘SUS’ and other data in improving service interventions and outcomes
self-supporting communities – how far will social prescribing and asset based commissioning take us?
the potential of apps and other digitally-enabled products and services in social care
the sustainability of current health and social care systems.
seats in the audience are very limited if you want to #beoneofthe60
email Ben Webber for more information.


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