Shared Records: A gateway to reducing barriers to activity referral schemes
ISPAH ePoster Library. Reynolds E. Oct 15, 2018; 225307; 13471
Elanor Reynolds
Elanor Reynolds
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Abstract Inspiring healthy lifestyles secured access to shared health records, to improve patient experience and streamline referral processes for health professionals. This innovative approach was made possible with technical support from Clinical Commissioning Group colleagues, backing from commissioners in Public Health and by developing trusting relationships with referring professionals. This unique development improves access for patients into our Activity Referral Scheme and other targeted programmes that support participants with disabilities, mental health conditions, dementia and frailer older adults to become more active. Access to ‘Share to Care’ data improves participant safety and reduces risk, as we can view a patient’s up to date medical history rather than relying on information on referral forms, making consultations more efficient and effective. Unnecessary interaction with Health Professionals is reduced, with less need to chase missing information. “This innovative way of accessing patient’s records will ensure a smoother transition and decrease time constraints on the Health Professional looking to refer patients to supported physical activity. This will also provide detailed information for the referral instructor to offer an informed and tailored approach to participant physical activity design. This will help with identifying patients with early signs of manageable health conditions where lifestyle can have a significant effect on outcomes.” (Dr John Morgan Wigan GPwSI in Physical Activity) We are working on the next step in this development, to trial moving from a referral to a signposting system to further reduce the burden on HealthProfessionals and make it easier for patients to become more active.
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