The Professional Record Standards Body is publishing a new standard in two stages to support information sharing between community pharmacists and GP practices.
The first stage of the standard is now published and details the information that should be recorded for vaccinations administered and emergency medicines supplied by community pharmacists.
- Medication reviews
- Appliance use review
- New medicine services
- Digital minor illness referral scheme
- Hospital discharge summaries to community pharmacy
Pharmacies are offering an increased range of services to support care for people in the community. It is essential that they are able to share vital information about a person's care with GP practices and other services. By doing this digitally, we can ensure that care professionals have timely access to relevant information, leading to better, safer and more personalised care.
The first part of the standard has been published in collaboration with NHS Digital and the Royal College of Physicians Health Informatics Unit. It has been developed with clinical leadership provided by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society and the Royal College of General Practitioners, as well as other professionals, including pharmacists and GPs, to ensure the right information is recorded.
A series of supporting documents for the Pharmacy information flows standard.
- Pharmacy standard phase 1 - Final report
The Pharmacy standard final report v1.0 outlines the process taken to reach the final standard.
- Pharmacy standard information models
Emergency supply of medicine information model
Vaccination administration information model
- Case studies
Emergency supply of medicine case studies
Vaccination administration case studies
- FHIR profiles and specifications for the Pharmacy standard phase 1
The PRSB is publishing the Pharmacy standard in draft form while it undergoes endorsement by our relevant member organisations.