The Power of the Results Political Economic Social • Transparency • Efficiency • Inclusion • Accountability • Innovation • Poverty • Participation • Growth • Diversity Research Media Data • Dissemination • Data • Engagement • Innovation Journalism • Improvement • Data Literacy • Acquisition
Why Open Data for Charities?• Driving policy • Impact evaluation formation and planning • Improving fundraising• Joining up responses and communication and supporting • Mediating local, collaboration regional and national• Providing more • Making commissioning integrated services more efficient• Supporting advocacy • Harnessing volunteer and campaigning and private sector innovation and effort
Big Open Data e.g. Prescribing The NHS could have savedAnalytics ~£200 million p.a. through increasing prescriptions of generic rather than proprietary statins
Open Data ChallengesInfrastructureQualityInterpretationSecurity and PrivacyOpen Data 2.0 …
Conclusions• Charities will need to understand this new landscape• Open Data can help bridge the information sharing gap• Invest in capacity building• Develop good information processing practices• Look for the Networks effects and Open Innovation
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