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How we share your information

New Sharing Model

Richmond Medical Centres Clinical System - TPP SystmOne, has a new patient record sharing model was implemented across all SystmOne modules during the course of December 2013.

Within Lincolnshire West CCG all patient records within GP Practices and Community Services who use SystmOne will be upgraded to the enhanced data sharing model (eDSM). This new sharing model enables patients to make decisions about sharing their record at their practice and also each community service they are under the care of.   Patients will be able to choose whether to “share out”, i.e. make their record available to be viewed wherever they have also consented to “share in”, i.e. consented to their record being viewed.

This new sharing model is being implemented to bring SystmOne record sharing in line with the National Care Record Guarantee, by enabling patient’s to make choices regarding the sharing of their records.

Please read the Patient Leaflet, we will be asking all patients to complete a consent form as soon as possible so we can mark your preferences on your record. 

Please note: If you have previously opted out of sharing your information via the Summary Care Record, you will still need to complete this form with your choices about sharing your health record within SystmOne.


Care Data

All practices have been signed up to a system whereby information regarding their patients will be extracted for use by NHS England.  More information can be found by following the link below.
If you are happy to be part of this you do not need to do anything.  Otherwise please let us know and we will amend your records accordingly. 
National Spine
You are also able to opt in or out of sharing your information on the National Spine (the central computer system ).
Hospital admission scoring
Patient information is being used to score all patients to see if they are likely to be admitted to hospital.  This is to try and ensure a package of care is in place to avoid hospital admission taking place.  If you would prefer for your information not to be used inthis manner please inform the reception team who will ensure this is recorded in your notes.
If you wish to opt out of the above please let us know.
Thank you

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