Spotlight is a data dissemination platform that graphically presents key statistics related to the health outcomes of Inclusion health groups across the following themes: access to and utilisation of health care; preventative care; health outcomes; and wider determinants of health.
Spend and Outcomes Tool (SPOT)
and Outcomes Tool
(SPOT) aims to help local commissioners improve people's health and wellbeing and reduce health
inequalities through better information about value for money. SPOT is designed for those interested in
spend and outcomes across the public sector, from public health to education, housing or social care.
Wider Impacts of COVID-19 on Health (WICH) monitoring tool
Impacts of COVID-19
on Health (WICH) monitoring tool is designed to allow you to explore the indirect effects of the
pandemic on the population's health and wellbeing. WICH presents a range of health and wellbeing metrics
interactive plots that can be broken down to show differences between groups - for example, you can
grocery purchasing habits by region or social class.
COVID-19 Health Inequalities Monitoring for England (CHIME) tool
Inequalities Monitoring for
England (CHIME) tool brings
together data relating to the direct impacts of COVID-19, such as on mortality rates and hospital
By presenting inequality breakdowns, the tool provides a single point of access in order to show how
have changed during the course of the pandemic and what the current cumulative picture is.
The Segment tool
provides information on
the causes of death and age groups that are driving inequalities in life expectancy at local area level.
Targeting the causes of death which contribute most to the life expectancy gap should have the biggest
impact on reducing inequalities.
Health Inequalities Dashboard
The Health Inequalities
Dashboard has been developed to present evidence of health inequalities in England. Measures of
inequality are provided for key indicators being used by Public Health England to monitor progress on
reducing inequalities within England. For some indicators, inequality measures are also provided within
regions and upper tier local authorities. More local level measures will be added to the dashboard over