everyLIFE Technologies – A partner view of standards conformance
everyLIFE Technologies’ Chief Information and Compliance Officer, Taffy Gatawa, spoke at a PRSB partner event on the company’s conformance assessment journey and the many benefits and lessons learned along the way.
Listen to Taffy’s talk on how undertaking the scheme’s conformance process for PRSB’s About Me and Digital Care and Support Plan has improved the development of everyLIFE’s digital products.
The experience has given the company new ways to engage with their care providers and most importantly, enabled the safe transfer of information in social care, supporting providers in administering safe, high-quality care.
The Paterson Inquiry - PRSB's response
PRSB recommends the full implementation of the Paterson Inquiry’s recommendations for safer care and better patient outcomes.
Today, we are calling on clinicians to write directly to people and drive the culture shift within the profession towards making this practice the norm so people can make informed decisions about their treatment.
In these clips, Professor Helene Stokes Lampard, Chair of the Academy of Royal Medical Colleges fully supports this work. AoMRC have long advocated for clinicians to write directly to people and AoMRC’s ‘Please, write to me’ guidance underscores this.
PRSB Chair, Professor Maureen Baker explains the benefits to people when we are directly informed of our care. PRSB's standards for care records, in particular for writing outpatient letters, emphasises the importance of writing in a person-centred and easily understandable way.