Freedom of information
Under The Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 (the FOI Act) you have the right to know how public services like Healthcare Improvement Scotland are organised and run. This includes being able to find out how much they cost and how decisions have been made. You also have the right to know what services we provide, what our goals and targets are and how well we’re doing.
We want to make things simple and easy for you, so we’re committed to being as open as possible about these things. We aim to show what’s happening and to make sure that any information you need is easy to request and access.
As part of this, our Publication Scheme (made under the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002), along with the Guide to Information is designed to help you find the information we publish, and the other information we hold.
How to contact us
If you can’t find the document you’re looking for, please contact:
Freedom of Information Officer
Healthcare Improvement Scotland
1 South Gyle Crescent
Telephone: 0131 623 4605
If you would like know more about the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 you can visit the Scottish Information Commissioner's website.
Scottish Information Commissioner video - Introduction to Freedom of Information
A short animated guide setting out how freedom of information (FOI) rights can be used to access information from public authorities in Scotland - and what you can do if the information is refused. For more information visit: http://www.itspublicknowledge.info/.