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Leeds trust first to share electronic mental health records

A mental health trust is set to become the first in England to make key aspects of a patient’s record available electronically to other health and social care organisations. Full article here: http://www.primarycaretoday.co.uk/news/leeds-trust-first-share-electronic-mental-health-patient-records

Yorkshire Evening Post: Patient records shared by mental health trust

A Leeds mental health trust has become the first in the country to share key parts of patient records with other health and social care organisations. Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (LYPFT) has joined the Leeds Care Record, which has been rolling out across the city over the…

Leeds leads the way in sharing electronic mental health patient records

Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (LYPFT) has become the first mental health Trust in England to make key aspects of its patient’s records available electronically to other health and social care organisations. The Trust, which provides mental health and learning disability services across Leeds and beyond, is part…

Leeds Care Record: Patient Experience

If you live in Leeds you will have a Leeds Care Record created for you. The information is taken from medical records you may have such as your GP record, hospital records or social care records.

Caroline Senior explains how Leeds Care Record has helped her to provide better care for her patients

Caroline Senior – Clinical Lead Cardiac Service for Leeds Community Healthcare

Leeds leads the way on shared records

Taken from DigitalHealth.net, published on 17th September 2015 The Leeds Care Record is live in all but one of the region’s GP practices, as well as in acute, mental health and community providers. The integrated care initiative has 700 regular users, who can access an individual’s health and social care details…

Leeds Care Record for national Health Service Journal Awards

Leeds Care Record is a finalist within the Enhancing Care by Sharing Data and Information category, recognising initiatives where data sharing has made a real difference to patient care – improving outcomes, experience and supporting patients to look after themselves better – while at the same time delivering . HSJ…