Central and North West London have rolled out TTT’s Brigid app to several mental health wards, to help improve clinicians efficiency.
The mental health trust has gone live with an electronic patient record (EPR) from TPP – becoming the first trust in North West England to deploy it.
myGP has rolled out its Patient Questionnaires to over 2,400 GP practices in order to help them capture patient information more efficiently.
The EPR aims to enables secure sharing of data that allows for more comprehensive, consistent and well-informed patient care, TPP said in a statement.
The programme was rolled out nationally following a pilot in Leeds involving 113 pharmacies using PharmOutcomes and 83 GP practices using SystmOne.
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The trust will implement the SystmOne mental health module in 2020, allowing it to benefit from a single EPR across the majority of its services.
The app is already available to all patients registered at EMIS Health practices, as well as patients registers at practices using the myGP platform.
The pilot in Leeds sees electronic notifications about patients who have had their flu jab in a pharmacy sent to their GP via clinical systems.
The service collects de-identified patient data from GP practices across the UK for public health research and is endorsed by NHS England.
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South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has signed a five-year contract with TPP to deploy the SystmOne Mental Health EPR across all of its services.