The HHR is one of the first shared care records in the country. A collaboration between commissioners and providers across Hampshire, the HHR combines primary care, social care and community health information with hospital discharge summaries, clinic letters, pathology results and radiology reports - all taken from multiple NHS Trusts. It holds information on over 2 million patients and 172 GP practices are feeding into the system.
Central Manchester CCG and Manchester City Council are using CareCentric to integrate data from multiple health and social care provider systems, making available in a single care record detailed patient information to support multi-disciplinary care teams. As a result, 35 GP practices in Manchester now have the ability to develop integrated care plans for their patients.
Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is using CareCentric to deliver a fully operational EPR for hospital and community-based clinicians, with links to the Trust’s PAS, pathology and radiology systems. Multi-stage discharge documentation, including hospital prescribed medications, is transmitted electronically to GPs. Data collection proformas, built using CareCentric CAMS, are widely used across the Trust.
A CareCentric electronic care record is being used by NHS Stockport and Stockport MBC to support the development of a community-wide Common Assessment Framework. Data is extracted from GP systems and combined with data from Stepping Hill acute, with a two-way notification and messaging link to social services teams. The health record is accessed by out of hours staff via a single sign on from Adastra as well as by hospital staff. The Stockport Health Record holds 7.5m documents and data on 363,000 patients.
The comprehensive EPR at Poole Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is widely used throughout the Trust and is also accessed by clinicians working on its sister site in Bournemouth. Source system feeds include PAS, pathology, radiology, GP scanned referral letters, A&E discharge information, neurophysiology results, medical photography and cardio respiratory results. Features include the bespoke design and development of new projects and direct input into the system via the care proformas in CareCentric CAMS.
Wolverhampton CCG is using CareCentric to deliver a diabetes management system for the 16,500 people in its area with diabetes. The CCG is working with The Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust to give clinicians in the hospital diabetic centre and in primary care services a complete and up-to-date electronic record of a patient’s on-going care. Wolverhampton is also using CareCentric’s business intelligence solution to analyse and risk stratify data collected and combined from GP practices and the NHS Trust. The CCG’s aim is to create a seamless diabetic service across all healthcare providers and the local authority, delivering more efficient and patient-centred care.