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Records Access in Nursing Homes
On 26th May 2010, Dr Hannan presented to the Primary Health Care Specialist Group summer conference how access to the GP electronic health records may help residents in Nursing Homes. He talked about how successful access to the GP records has been in general at Haughton Thorney Medical Centres for those patients that are able to provide an EXPLICIT CONSENT process. However to date no patients in a nursing home have been granted access to the records. There are a number of reasons for this. At the same time, many patients are being poorly managed inside nursing homes because the tools we have developed in General Practice such as the electronic health record and the infomation contained within it as well as tools like the Map of Medicine are not accessible by clinicians in the home and the residents as well as their families are unable to access the information in the same way as those living outside the nursing home. There are however some challenges to enabling access to the records in nursing homes. Of course there are other methods of sharing information in nursing homes too. Dr Hannan explores these issues as well as sharing ideas on how he plans to overcome the challenges in conjunction with the local Care Record Development Board, NHS Tameside & Glossop , the Care Quality Commission , the General Medical Council and others.

Click on the video below which was recorded after the event to see what he talked about.
 

 
Click here  for a link to a PDF of the talk that was delivered (7MB file so may take a few minutes to load)
 
During the conference, John Parry, TPP's clinical director, informed the audience that they hope to enable SystmOne to allow patients to access the records in about 2 months time. Although there is no official press statement yet on their website, there is an article on page 11 of their newsletter which informs the reader of their plans.

Click here to see the abstract to Dr Hannan's paper "Providing patients online access to their primary care computerised medical records: a case study of sharing and caring" and how to purchase the original paper too.
 
Click here to learn more about how Haughton Thornley Medical Centres is informing patients on issues relating to access to the GP electronic health records
 
Click here to see the latest guidance on sharing records with patients that is being quality assured by the Royal College of GPs and commissioned by NHS Connecting for Health. The guidance was originally produced by Dr Bran Fisher, Dr Richard Fitton and Dr Hannan, members of the Records Access Collaborative based on their collective experience of enabling patients to access their records online and following discussions with a number of interested parties including the General Medical Council, the MDU and MPS, NHS CfH, a number of interested clinicians as well as patient groups including Diabetes UK, National Asthma Campaign and the Long Term Conditions Alliance as well as others.
 
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Click here to view the International Council of Medical and Care Compunetics submission to the World Health Organisation to ensure every citizen on the planet is given the right to access their medical records and views from around the world on discussions around this area. We are not alone in supporting this initiative.
 
Click here to see an article in e-health insider and see what others think of the initiative as well as sharing your ideas too
 
 

Do You Know?

More and more people are going on to the internet as each day goes by. But do you know how many and at what rate and what impact that is having on the way we inform people? Here is a You Tube video made by some Sony researchers in 2008 which gives us some idea of what is really happening out there and why it is essential that we embrace this technology but also start to help patients and the public to understand information and services better so that you can look after yourself and your loved ones better!

Enjoy (and turn up the volume !).


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