Care Homes View of Shared Care Records
Improving information sharing between health and social care is critical to professionals who care for people and the health and wellbeing of people themselves. The care homes view is the information that care home staff should see in a shared care record.
Latest release V1.1
The standard is now aligned with updates to the Core Information Standard and Urgent Transfer from Care Home to Hospital to keep consistency. Please see the detailed V1.1 Release notes, outlining the changes to this latest version.
Provenance data for this standard will be shown in a separate information model in the next iteration of the standard following its 3-year maintenance release. Provenance data describes who made the record entry or carried out the activity, where and when. The latest provenance model is available on our website.
Sharing information across health and social care
This information standard is part of a wider set of standards, published in November 2020. PRSB was asked by NHS Digital to help to create national standards for sharing information between health and social care, drawing on the learning from successful local projects to speed up national roll out and adoption.
This standard has been endorsed by the following organisations;
- British Association for Music Therapy
- British Dietetic Association
- British Geriatrics Society
- British Psychological Society
- Care Provider Alliance
- Care Software Providers Association (CASPA)
- Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
- Compassion in Dying
- Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland
- Institute of Health Records and Information Management
- Local Government Association
- Royal College of Emergency Medicine
- Royal College of General Practitioners
- Royal College of Nursing
- Royal College of Occupational Therapists
- Royal College of Physicians
- Royal Pharmaceutical Society
IHRIM record correction guidance
Despite vigilance when filing information in records, mistakes can occur. The Institute of Health Records and Information Management has guidance to support professionals in making corrections following errors.