Lancashire Patient Record Exchange Services

Introduction BackgroundSolution
PUTTING THE CITIZEN AT THE HEART OF CARE PROVISION. SUPPORTING INCREASED EFFICIENCY BY EMPOWERING STAFF WITH ACCURATE, REAL-TIME INFORMATION. IMPROVING PATIENT OUTCOMES THROUGH BETTER, SAFER AND MORE JOINED UP CARE.

The Lancashire Person Record Exchange Services (LPRES) allows sites to share patient documents with participating sites. LPRES also developed an online information governance tool for managing information sharing agreements between sites.

The solution deployed is a HIE Tiani Spirit Exchange platform and it connects 9 sites and 228 GPs.

Maturity
Level 3 - Sharing three or more care settings at read only
Scale
Medium - 5-10 Organisations
  • The LPRES solution enables document sharing between different organisations, on request.
  • Health and Care workers access these documents via a “one-click” button search feature embedded within their native systems. Documents can contain test results, discharge summary or patient information and they are published in PDF Format.
  • The solution currently supports read-only access to these documents.
  • Currently documents are shared between 9 organisations in the region:
    • 5 acute hospitals
    • 1 mental health trust
    • 1 ambulance trust
    • 1 commissioning support unit
    • 2 county councils
    • 228 GPs
  • On average 3500 documents are exchanged per day.
  • An Information Sharing Governance Tool is used to manage the flow of documents.
  • Federated Registry Model The LPRES project uses a federated registry model to share information share information share information and is based on the Tiani Spirit Health Information Exchange.
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  • Organisations store data within their own systems and control what data they share.
  • Nodes are deployed at each organisation to control access and publish consume data.
  • User access roles are stored in an active directory, the largest NHS directory of its kind in the country.
  • 5 organisations and GPs share documents. Additional 5 organisations and GPs share documents. Additional 5 organisations and GPs share documents. Additional 5 organisations and GPs share documents. Additional 5 organisations and GPs share documents. Additional 5 organisations and GPs share documents. Additional 5 organisations and GPs share documents. Additional 5 organisations and GPs share documents. Additional 5 organisations can view these.

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