Graphnet’s CareCentric shared care record will be used to provide a single integrated care record in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent.
Delivering optimum care for someone living with diabetes typically involves multiple healthcare professionals working across various health settings. Traditionally, those clinicians have relied on separate sets of paper records, making it difficult to co-ordinate care.
The Wirral Care Record (WCR) is a digital care record that includes patient health and social care information across the region.
The National Record Locator Service enables paramedics and mental health nurses find out whether a patient has a mental health crisis plan, with a view to informing their care.
The Lincolnshire team spoke about the benefits of the portal, which included users being able to choose and receive alerts about patients.
Working with LHCREs has the potential to transform the way paramedics treat patients, according to Ross Fullerton, CIO of London Ambulance Service.
The iDCR has been key to the development of RDaSH’s Rapid Response service, which provides care support to older patients living at home.
In May there were 37,500 user views in the MIG, which gives staff from 24 health and care organisations access to records, end of life care plans and other clinical documentation.
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The difficulties surrounding looking at one person’s records is the theme of Neil Paul’s latest column for Digital Health.
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One of the first areas to be addressed will be dementia, with the aim of improving care for people living with the condition.