NICOR Publishes National Cardiac Audit Programme Annual Report 2020: The ACID Test
NICOR has today (10 December 2020) published the National Cardiac Audit Programme Annual Report for 2020, an analysis of 2018/19 data, and for some…Read More
Firstly, thank you for all your hard work at this difficult time. We are acutely aware of the issues the NHS is facing.
From Monday 23 March 2020 NICOR temporarily moved to email only support. After careful consideration, in order to protect our staff and reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus most of our London-based team are working remotely for the foreseeable future. We will be sending regular bulletins to keep you informed. Technical Helpdesk support, general enquiries and audit queries will all be dealt with via email by our team in the normal way. Unfortunately we will not be able to receive phone calls nor pick up any voicemail messages. We will continue to do our very best to support you and the audit teams. However, if the NICOR staff are redeployed to support the Barts clinical teams there may be a reduction in our service, but we will keep you informed.
We thank you all for your understanding.
The NICOR Team
Read the report here
Read our patient and public summary
The health and social care system is facing significant pressures due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Staff need to work in different ways than usual and we want to ensure that they can focus on responding to these events.
NHSX and NHS Digital have therefore made the decision to again extend the deadline for hospitals to comply with the national data opt-out policy to 30 September 2021.
Please see the below letter from the joint cardiovascular Professional Societies:
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and your queries will be responded to in the normal way. Please note that whilst NICOR staff are working remotely telephone services are not available. Therefore please do not leave any voicemail messages on any NICOR phones.
September 2020: Please note that given the current Coronavirus situation, new and existing applications and subsequent data releases may be delayed. In addition we have been asked to prioritise urgent COVID–19 data requests. Thank you for your patience and understanding.