Secure patient record and appointment sharing.
Share patient records and appointment details between GP practices, hospital departments and unscheduled care providers.
Access patient records from Vision and EMIS Web systems. Integrate primary care information with other clinical systems.
Efficient team working, perfect for federations and clusters.
Give clinicians access to up-to-date medical records across care settings.
Access patient records from the
majority of GP practices
View and add to patient records from GP practices that use
Vision and EMIS Web systems, wherever you are working.
- View detailed patient records from any GP practice within your federation or cluster, regardless of whether they use Vision or EMIS Web
- Consultation details added are written back to the patient’s registered practice as coded data
- Make clinical decisions with confidence without having any prior knowledge of the patient’s medical history
- Web browser interface, so there is no software to deploy and client-side hardware requirements are minimal
- Access to records from any location using any web-enabled device
- Full auditing including the reason for accessing records
- Typically used by extended access appointment hubs, 111 service providers, out of hours services and A&E teams
Use a single set of appointment books across an
entire federation or cluster of GP practices.
- Make seven-day or extended access appointments available across a federation or cluster
- Receptionists at any GP practice can book their patients’ appointments at extended access hubs
- Mark patients as arrived
- Integration with patient call display systems
other clinical systems
Complements other systems.
No need to rip and replace
A flexible approach makes it easy to share relevant information about patients between authorised clinicians and healthcare workers:
Safe and secure record sharing
Give the right people access to the right data, at the right time
Ensuring the correct information is only ever shared with the right people is an intrinsic component of patient record sharing with Vision 360:
- Sharing is based on an implied patient consent model
- Practices decide if they want to share their records or not
- It is agreed locally what elements of patient data are shared
- Varying data elements can be made available to different services running side-by-side within the same community
- Data can be excluded at the time of the extraction
- The viewing of data elements can also be blocked using role-based access controls within Vision
NHS Standards and Accreditation
Encryption, role based access and NHS security standards. They’re all covered when you share patient records with Vision 360.
- Vision 360 is hosted in a secure data centre to GPSoC Level 4 standards
- Robust Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS) cryptographic protocols to provide secure communications
- Single sign-on
- Role based access
- Legitimate relationships
- Integrated with the Patient Demographics Service, where appropriate
More on Vision 360
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