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This data set standard will be used both locally and nationally to generate 'secondary uses' information, i.e. The MSDS will provide reliable information for: The MSDS should be implemented by all NHS-commissioned Maternity Services in England who have electronic data collection systems, including acute trusts, foundation trusts and private services commissioned by the NHS.
The maternity care pathway covers antenatal, intrapartum and postnatal/postpartum episodes.
The Maternity Services Data Set (MSDS) Information Standards Notice (ISN) that mandates the national collection of the MSDS is available via the former ISB web pages.
A corrigendum which makes some minor corrections to the original ISN is also available on the Standardisation Committee for Care Information (SCCI) web pages.
“Mr Brown already chairs a large Health Board and is a chartered management accountant, with significant experience in leading change.
Mr Wright is a very experienced NHS Chief Executive, and has already been involved in a number of successful Board transformations.
Most importantly, it will ensure that patient safety continues to be at the very heart of their work.
“I will be going to NHS Tayside on Monday to meet the Board, and thank them for their continued efforts throughout this challenging time.” Analysis: Tayside case raises wider questions about how health boards spent their charity funds Health Secretary Shona Robison said: “I am pleased to approve the appointment of John Brown, and welcome the appointment of Malcolm Wright.