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Shared Care Records: CareCentric Record Sharing Solutions

The shared care record allows any authorised clinician to view all relevant details of any patient on the system from whichever care setting the data originates. Clinicians call the record from local systems for the patient using single sign on within patient context. Shared care records are accessed hundreds of thousands of times every month by NHS clinical staff – streamlining care, saving clinical time, and improving patient outcomes

Integrated solutions for shared care records

Graphnet's market-leading CareCentric record-sharing solutions are designed exclusively for the UK market to integrate health and social care services across entire care communities.

Fully interoperable and cloud-based, CareCentric securely connects to all the major health and social care IT systems being used in the UK, including the leading GP systems.

The Surrey Care Record is another example of how joining up health and social care in Surrey, and harnessing new technology to make that possible, will help us provide more effective services to our residents enabling them to lead healthy and independent lives for as long as possible. Sharing relevant information in a secure and appropriate way will mean that our residents won’t have to keep repeating their history and our care staff will save time chasing key details and will have at their fingertips the most up-to-date and accurate picture so they can plan the best possible care and support.

Sinead Mooney, Surrey County Council’s Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care and Public Health

The GM Care Record supports clinical decision making by providing access to important information on medications, test results, care plans and social care support. All of which are essential to treating Covid-19 and other health conditions. The accelerated deployment of the single Greater Manchester record is a major step forward in ensuring patients are provided with the best possible care based on the most accurate and up to date information.

Guy Lucchi, Digital Innovation Director, Health Innovation Manchester


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