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Data Feeds

'Data rich but information poor' is a phrase regularly attributed to the NHS, however the power of a curated linked patient data set from across health and care can provide Integrated care systems with the opportunity to improve patient care through the use of shared care records and population health analytics. Graphnet ensures that a care community can turn data health, into information shared.

Graphnet's CareCentric record sharing platform (Highway) builds a linked patient record created from National spine demographics, primary care data, Hospital episodes, community, mental health, social care, ambulance, out of hours and hospice data. Population health users can also link in wider determinants data, PHE fingertips, secondary users service data sets and waiting list data sets, as required.

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8 Live Data Feeds

Areas of Care

  • GP data. All aspects of coded information is made available from the GP system to support the treatment of the patient.
  • Acute. Full HL7 realtime data feeds available for the interactions with Acute services ensures that each care provider is able to see what has and will be happening with patients which they provide services.
  • Social careAs part of a truly integrated care record, the access to Social Care feeds gives a truly holistic view of the person. Providing access to both Children's and Adult's services allows the care community to see interactions which have a direct and real impact to the treatment of the citizens included.
  • Mental health. Mental Health combined with outpatient and inpatient data sets provides a complete picture for patients. Mental Health can be combined with outpatient and inpatient data sets.The ability to see both MHA and CPA status combined with risk / plans means that the care community is able to provide the service needed to the user.
  • Community. Community care can combine with both Inpatients and outpatients. Giving a full view of the interaction with community services within the areas allows the service to flag patients who are engaged and give details of what is taking place.
  • Out of hours. Unscheduled care episodes are an everyday part of the services provided. All care providers are able to see details of what has happened to the patient based on both legitimate relationship and role of the viewer.
  • Ambulance. Emergency teams have real-time access to patient data, enabling them to make more informed decisions regarding care, including if there has been an escalation in the in the disease process, and how how many times the emergency services have been called for assistance. 
  • Hospice. Provides a view of the interaction with the person during their stay in the service.

Generic Data Feeds, Covering All Areas of Care

  • Laboratory. Regardless of point of collection data can be displayed for all test results collected outside of the GP systems.
  • Radiology. Providing the textual context of radiology clinical staff are kept informed of the state of the examination and its result.
  • Medication. Medication feeds allows the details of medication received during inpatient episodes of care.
  • Cancer. A specialist data feed providing a detailed insight to treatment being received.
  • Child Health. A feed providing details of the interaction with children within the care community.
  • Referral. Available to all care settings.
  • Allergy. Available to all care settings. Allergies of any type maybe fed to the system and displayed when the patient is accessed, increasing patient safety.
  • Alerts. Available to all care settings. The alerts maybe defined by the organisation sending the feed. The Alert is flagged to each user that accesses the patient.
  • CGL -  Alcohol & Substance Misuse. A specialist view of the CGL supports the treatment of the patient.
  • Maternity. Providing details of both mother and baby, this data set is provided in real-time and gives a comprehensive overview.

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