Views from professionals, patients, our partners, the public and industry on next steps for improving records.

Compassion in Dying and Molly Bartlett wrote for us about the benefits of sharing and recording end-of-life wishes digitally. Molly’s story Twenty

A blog by Dr Kath Lambert, Consultant in Palliative Medicine at Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust  We will all experience death

A guest blog by Ben Wilson, Product Solution Director at Orion Health. The NHS defines population health as ‘an approach aimed at

Today’s health and care is a team effort. Ensuring any member of a person’s care team can access the latest information about

A guest blog from Katie Thorn, Project Lead at Digital Social Care While we are experiencing greater appetite for the use of

The way we share and store our health and care information can directly impact the delivery of care plans and their outcomes.

A guest blog from James Sanderson, Director of Community Health and Personalised Care at NHS England. When we look back over the

A guest blog from Sarah Woolf. In 2018 I was diagnosed with breast cancer. Over many months I received chemotherapy, surgery, radiotherapy

PRSB is delighted to welcome the CIO Network as a new member. The organisation brings together chief information officers to support their

A guest blog by Rob Hardisty, Solution Director at Graphnet Health. What is integrated care’s next big move? I believe the obvious

The health and social care sector is currently experiencing a ‘boom’ of digital innovations, harnessing the power of data, increased connectivity and

Mobile health, also known as mHealth, has undoubtedly revolutionised healthcare and self-management, providing health data within a short space of time, or

The NHS estimates that personalised care will benefit up to 2.5m people by 2024. During an era in which almost every industry

A guest blog from Chris Graham, Chief Executive at Picker. Picker is a charity with a vision of “the highest quality person

Lorraine Foley, CEO, PRSB As the mercury spiralled, we knew it was going to be a tough week for health and care

In quick succession in recent days, the Government published two strategies for digital transformation and use of people’s data for health and

PRSB advisor Bernard Crump blogs in response to the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care’s announcements for health and care

A guest blog from Andrew Coles, CEO at Person Centred Software. The focus of digital health and care records has largely revolved

A guest blog from James Woollard, CCIO at Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust. It’s no secret that the health and care sector is

A guest blog from parent carer, Sam Goncalves. As a parent-carer of someone with complex needs, you are in constant contact with

A guest blog from Lucy Brown, Director of Nursing and Deputy Director of the Florence Nightingale Foundation Academy  As the Director of

A guest blog from Taffy Gatawa, CICO at everyLIFE Technologies. Yoga is a practice where improvement is continuous and incremental, and which

A guest blog from Adam Gordon The population as a whole is getting older. The reasons for this go back over a

By Professor Maureen Baker CBE Openness is critical for safe healthcare and all consultants should be writing directly to you to ensure

PRSB Chair, Professor Maureen Baker, gave the annual James Mackenzie lecture at the RCGP’s AGM in November. If you looked at your

Nuno Almeida, Founder of Nourish Care, talks to PRSB about the benefits of becoming a Quality Partner. The wider context – quality

Social prescribing project clinical lead, Sarah Moreton, gives her view on how standards can support her work as a social prescriber.

The views expressed in this blog are the author’s own and do not represent the views of the PRSB. Medicinal product or

A citizen’s journey across the health and social care system is made up of a multitude of intricate steps and interactions, with

Blog: Prof Maureen Baker, Chair of PRSB In an organisation as far-reaching and wide-ranging as the NHS, complete digital transformation has remained

Zoe McNeill has had mixed experiences of shared decision making (SDM) in her care since she was diagnosed with cancer – some good

Blog: How the new Standards Partnership Scheme will improve the drive for health and care data    Prof Maureen Baker, Chair of the PRSB “Since

There’s no doubt that 2020 was a strange and challenging year, but health and care services have done an impressive job of