In the sixth section of the Framework for Action, the authors outline the roadmap for supporting care professionals and carers with data, knowledge and information.
The authors focus on interoperability including SNOMED CT®, the NHS number and standards for transfer of care. The authors also outline a roadmap for consultation on improving access to care records for carers and related bodies. The authors also emphasise the development of mobile technologies and the integration of local government resources with NHS resources. A number of case studies are provided.
What is the Framework for Action?
The National Information Board have published a document titled ‘Personalised Health and Care 2020: Using Data and Technology to Transform Outcomes for Patients and Citizens – a Framework for Action’. This paper relates to some of the other documents that have been discussed in previous posts.
The reader is directed to the original document as per the citation below.
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