People want the safest and best care possible.
To support this, PRSB has published the first part of a new standard outlining the information that needs to be shared between community pharmacies and GP practices.
A step closer to digital maternity records
A new standard has been published to support the introduction of digital maternity records so information is consistent and can be shared more easily across healthcare services.
PRSB launches brand new animation with UPDOur new film shows how good information sharing can benefit patients and the public, enabling safer care. Watch now >
Unlocking the life saving potential of patient data
Research on past patient data helps diagnose and treat conditions. Find out more
Care record standards exist to improve the safety and quality of health and social care. They ensure that the right information is recorded correctly and can be accessed easily.
The Learning from Local initiative was established as part of NHS England’s Local Health and Care Record programme. Its overarching aim is to share examples of good practice across local communities.
We speak to our new advisory board member from the Royal College of Ophthalmologists, Ian Rodrigues, about why digitising information is so crucial.
Di Readman, a parent, and Professor Iain Carpenter join us to talk about how correct document naming can improve care, especially in emergencies.
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