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Shared EPR for COPD patients

8th September 2011

NHS South East Essex has created a shared electronic patient record across primary, secondary and community care for patients with COPD.

The primary care trust decided some years ago to develop an integrated primary care system strategy, which involved moving the majority of its GP practices onto the hosted SystmOne GP, and deploying SystmOne systems into its community services and prison. It has now been able to create the integrated record for COPD patients by giving clinicians at Southend Hospital – which uses McKesson’s Totalcare PAS – access to the SystmOne GP COPD unit.

 

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Article Information

Title: Shared EPR for COPD patients
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 19640
Date Added: 8th Sep 2011

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