Bradford & Airedale Integrated Digital Care Record
The Bradford & Airedale Integrated Digital Care Record (IDCR) allows care professionals to access citizens’ information when and where they need it.
The region has a long history of joining up health and care information, enabled by digital technology, having been one of the first areas to work with the SystmOne integrated record.
SystmOne is a major component of the IDCR but it is part of a wider interoperability landscape and a digital vision which relies on information flowing between systems and organisations, and across boundaries.MaturityLevel 4 - Sharing three or more care settings, with write capability
Bristol Connecting Care
The Connecting Care Programme has implemented a read-only shared care record across Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire. The record is used to share information across a range of health and care settings and support the provision of integrated care.
The solution uses the Orion Health technology platform.MaturityLevel 3 - Sharing three or more care settings at read only
Care Information Exchange
The North West London Care Information Exchange (CIE ) provides patients – and the health and social care professionals involved in their care – with secure online access to their medical records.
Initially funded by Imperial Health Charity, the programme is led by the eight CCGs which form the North West London Collaboration of Clinical Commissioning Groups. The portal solution is being rolled out initially to patients receiving treatment for particular conditions, including Rheumatology, Renal and Oncology. It uses Patients Know Best technology.MaturityLevel 4 - Sharing three or more care settings, with write capability
Cheshire Care Record
The Cheshire Care Record is an integrated care record solution that shares information across a range of health and care settings. The record is used to support clinical decision making and transfers of care. The former West Cheshire Record was extended across the whole of Cheshire in 2016.
The Cheshire Care Record uses Graphnet CareCentric v.3 software.MaturityLevel 3 - Sharing three or more care settings at read only
Connected Nottinghamshire is the interoperability programme for Health and Social Care in Nottinghamshire. The programme has implemented a Medical Interoperability Gateway (MIG) solution to share information from primary care with 9 other health and community organisations.
Connected Nottinghamshire has also implemented a solution for information sharing and risk stratification known as eHealthScopeMaturityLevel 3 - Sharing three or more care settings at read only