Ordnance Survey, the national mapping agency of Britain is going to provide detailed digital geographic information (GI) to every ambulance trust in England from this month. It follows the launch of a pilot agreement aimed at encouraging the use of computerised mapping across the NHS. The plan is to ensure health providers have the reliable information they need to improve patient care. GI can support day-to-day decision-making as well as long-term planning for a range of essential services such as emergency response, patient transport, and incident control.

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