SEEIT, the South East England Indicator Tool, is an interactive tool produced by the Department of Health South East. It combines trend data for a range of NHS Vital Signs and National Indicators with short-term projections and LAA trajectories and NHS Operating Plans for all Local Authorities and Primary Care Trusts in South East England.
The tool is intended as a 'one-stop' resource bringing together performance information from a range of different sources that can be used to visualise and compare the trends, projections and trajectories/plans for key health and social care indicators.
SEEIT is being continuously updated as new data is published - the version below will always be the most current, so you may wish to periodically check this page for updates. If you have any questions regarding SEEIT, please contact:
Department of Health South East
t. 01483 882 369
What's new in SEEIT
The current version of SEEIT is Rel4-0 (Nov-2010) - this replaced Rel3.1.1 on 6-Dec-2010.
SEEIT 4-0 includes updates for 21 indicators.
This version of SEEIT contains a new range of thematic dashboards covering Children and Young People, Health Inequalities and Later Life.
Some changes have also been made to the way SEEIT operates. Users may notice minor differences in functionality, but these do not affect the final outputs.
SEEIT is an Excel 2003 spreadsheet created in the Windows XP environment.
It is provided as a 2Mb Zip file that will expand to a 9.5Mb spreadsheet. (Please contact Simon Lewry if you would like to receive the unzipped spreadsheet as an e-mail attachment).
Please save SEEIT to your computer before opening - it may not work properly if you open it directly from this website