There’s no “inexhaustible pipeline” of leaders working within ICSs and more needs to be done to attract younger leaders, a King’s Fund report found.
With giving the best treatment to a patient increasingly depending on the contributions of a range of health and social care professionals across a broad geography, the need for shared access to records is becoming ever-more pressing. So, almost two years since the five first-wave LHCRE sites were selected, what was the impact on the shared records and is there a recipe for success? Maja Dragovic investigates.
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The event featured presentations from the Nottinghamshire, St Helens, Bolton, Salford, Frimley, Cheshire and Greater Manchester shared care record teams.
The update to the framework, published in October, includes a separate lot for suppliers of technologies that fall within a new set of digital services.
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 neighbouring trusts went live across Children and Young People services on 28 October and in Learning Disabilities services on 4 November.
Organised by Thames Valley and Surrey Care Records and Digital Health Networks, the event sought to explore how to reap the real benefits from sharing data.
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Graphnet’s CareCentric shared care record will be used to provide a single integrated care record in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent.
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.