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Best practice management of electronic patient records

bsi.BS 10008 is the British Standard that outlines best practice for the management and storage of electronic data.

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The implementation of Care.Data - Professionalism in Health & Social Care Informatics

The UK Council for Health Informatics Professions, (UKCHIP), BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, and the Institute of Health Records and Information Management (IHRIM),

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Stop reinventing the wheel!

RCP LondonFormally launched today, the latest version of healthcare record standards will inform the development of electronic health records by both clinicians and industry. This guidance can help to meet the Secretary of State for health’s challenge to the NHS to ‘go paperless’ by 2018.

By following these standards for the structure and content of patients’ healthcare records, the NHS can improve patient care and the quality of data available for measurement of whole system performance, and stop reinventing the wheel.

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IHRIM involved with runner up at BMA Awards

Keeping Your Online Health and Social Care Records Safe and SecureIHRIM was involved in the production of the BCS Health/NHS Guide to Safe Online Record Keeping, which was recognised at the BMA’s Patient Information Awards.

The report was highly commended and it was the runner-up in the ‘Information that aids decision making’ category. 

A press release can be found below and further information is available at...

 http://bma.org.uk/about-the-bma/bma-library/patient-information-awards

Patient coding with a twist

Tim KelseyPatients will be taught how to code and make apps as part of a patient empowerment programme being run by the NHS Commissioning Board.
National director of patients and information Tim Kelsey has previously called on clinicians to learn how to program.

In an NHS Institute webinar, he said that involving patients was key to the health care revolution.

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