Church Street Surgery

30a Church Street, Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire , CM23 2LY | Tel: (01279) 657636 - Please call NHS 111 after 18.30 (we are also closed weekends and Bank Holidays)

Thorley Health Centre, Thorley, Bishop's Stortford, Herts, CM23 4EG - Please call NHS 111 after 18.30 (we are also closed weekends and Bank Holidays)

Haymeads Health Centre, Herts and Essex Hospital, Bishop's Stortford, Herts, CM23 5JH - Front desk open 8.30am-12.30pm Mon-Fri

NHS

My Care Record

The people caring for you need access to your health and care record in order to make the best decisions about your diagnosis and treatment. For this to happen more quickly and to improve the care you receive, a new process has been put in place. With your permission, My Care Record will provide health and care professionals directly involved in your care, access to the most up-to-date information about you. To find out more please go to www.mycarerecord.org.uk

 

 

 

My Care Record Fair Processing Notice

My Care Record Information For Patients

 

If you are registered with a GP practice in England you will already have a Summary Care Record (SCR), unless you have previously chosen not to have one.  It will contain key information about the medicines you are taking, allergies you suffer from and any adverse reactions to medicines you have had in the past.

Information about your healthcare may not be routinely shared across different healthcare organisations and systems. You may need to be treated by health and care professionals that do not know your medical history. Essential details about your healthcare can be difficult to remember, particularly when you are unwell or have complex care needs.

Having a Summary Care Record can help by providing healthcare staff treating you with vital information from your health record. This will help the staff involved in your care make better and safer decisions about how best to treat you.

You have a choice

You have the choice of what information you would like to share and with whom. Authorised healthcare staff can only view your SCR with your permission. The information shared will solely be used for the benefit of your care.

Your options are outlined below; please indicate your choice on the form below.

  1. Express consent for medication, allergies and adverse reactions only. You wish to share information about medication, allergies and adverse reactions only.
  2. Express consent for medication, allergies, adverse reactions and additional information. You wish to share information about medication, allergies and adverse reactions and further medical information that includes: Your significant illnesses and health problems, operations and vaccinations you have had in the past, how you would like to be treated (such as where you would prefer to receive care), what support you might need and who should be contacted for more information about you.
  3. Express dissent for Summary Care Record (opt out). Select this option, if you DO NOT want any information shared with other healthcare professionals involved in your care.

Please note that it is not compulsory for you to complete this consent form. If you choose not to complete this form, a Summary Care Record containing information about your medication, allergies and adverse reactions and additional further medical information will be created for you as described in point b) above.

If you wish to opt out of your Summary Care Record please complete the form below:

Summary Care Record Consent Form

Yes - I would like a Summary Care Record
No – I would not like a Summary Care Record
If you are filling out this form on behalf of another person, please ensure that you fill out their details above; you sign the form above and provide your details below:
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

 

National Data Opt Out 

The national data opt-out is a service that allows patients to opt out of their confidential patient information being used for research and planning.

For further information on your data and your options please visit:

www.digital.nhs.uk/services/national-data-opt-out 

If you wish to opt out or check your preferences, you can complete this online form: 

https://www.nhs.uk/your-nhs-data-matters/manage-your-choice/

 

Enhanced Data Sharing Model (eDSM)

Church Street Partnership uses computer software, called SystmOne, to maintain and store your electronic medical record. These records store confidential information about your health and the care that you have received. It will contain contributions from various health and social care organisations, especially if you have a lot of health issues or a complex past medical history. These may include records from hospitals, health visitors, out of hours GP services, private medical consultants to mental health services: in fact, any service involved in your care.

SystmOne is used widely across the NHS and offers the potential for other organisations to access your full medical record in order to benefit the care that they can provide you. For example, you may be working or on holiday in a different part of the country and need care from a hospital or clinic. If you have a mobile telephone number or email address recorded in your record held by Church Street Partnership, or if you have SystmOnline access, you will be sent a verification code which you can then share with the other healthcare provider to grant them access to your full medical record. This access is one time only and will cease when they have finished the episode of care. Your right to care is not effected should you decline to share access.

If you do not have a mobile phone or email address and don’t use SystmOnline, then Church Street Partnership can record your choices about which organisations you are happy to share your whole record with. For example, if you are housebound you may choose to always allow the district nursing team full access to your medical record without the need for verification each time they visit you.

There are three levels of access within this scheme, and you can decide which is applied.

  • Level 1: No other SystmOne organisation requires verification to access your full medical record.
  • Level 2: Some SystmOne organisations are granted access to your full medical record without verification, but others require verification.
  • Level 3: No other SystmOne organisations are allowed to access your full medical record.

The Practice default setting is Level 2 and the following organisations (who have data sharing agreements with East and North Herts CCG) are allowed unverified access to patient records:

  • E&NH Integrated Community Team – Stort Valley and Villages (District Nurses)
  • E&NH Respiratory Care Services
  • E&NH Child Health Unit
  • Hertfordshire Community Hospitals
  • Hertfordshire Diabetes Service
  • Herts Children Looked After & Care Leavers Service
  • Herts PHN – East Herts, Broxbourne & WelHat (School nurses & health visitors)
  • Herts Specialist Palliative Care
  • HUC – Integrated Urgent Care (Out of Hours GP service)
  • Isabel Hospice
  • Princess Alexandra Hospital
  • Shared Care Record – Princess Alexandra Hospital

You should still be asked about your record sharing choices, but these organisations will not need the verification code. You can customise which organisations from the above list have access via your SystmOnline account, or by asking at the surgery.

All other SystmOne using organisations will need to obtain a verification code from you in order to access your full medical record. When requesting access, they should explain you why they need to see your full medical record in order for you to make an informed choice about sharing.

For more information about SystmOnline and the new sharing controls, please go to

https://systmonline.tpp-uk.com/2/help/help.html

For more information on data sharing click here to download the document.