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EDSM Care Data Sharing

Enhanced Data Sharing Module

pdfE.D.S.M. Patient Guide

pdfE.D.S.M. Consent Form

Attention!!

The Electroinc Data Sharing Model

For Medical Records held on your practice clinical system (SystmOne)

What does it mean for the patient?

With the patient's permission, it allows those providing treatment to share the information held on the medical record with other services providing care to the patient.

Like other local SystmOne practices, from 2013 the way we share computerised clinical information changed.     With effect from October 2015, your GP information will be automatically be made securely available to other professionals involved in your care.  This is known as implied consent *   Even though implied consent to share applies to your record, when you see another care professional such as a community nurse or hospital doctor, they still must ask for your consent to view the record (explicit consent).    You can decline sharign your information  at this point.    If you are unconscious, for example in and emergency situation, a health professional may access your record without permission if it is deemed in your best interests to provide care.

(*)   If you have previously opted-out of the edsm sharing model, your GP record will noit be made available.

IT PUTS THE PATIENT IN CONTROL OF WHO HAS ACCESS TO THEIR MEDICAL RECORD.

What are the benefits?

  • Ensures that the right clinical information is available when and where it is needed.
  • Improves protection of confidentialiality and gives more control over how information is shared.
  • Reduces the need to duplicate records.
  • Enables secure, more efficient access to up-to-date information.
  • Betther communication between health care providers

For more Information - Click the  link above (EDSM -Patient Guide)

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT ENHANCED DATA SHARING MODULE (EDSM) IS  NOT THE SAME AS CARE.DATA

 



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