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Summary Care Record Additional Information data
Summary Care Record Additional Information (SCRAI) is additional information about the patient.
Summary Care Record Additional Information
The patient will also have additional information included in their SCR, such as details of long-term conditions, significant medical history, or specific communications needs, unless they have previously told the NHS they did not want this information to be shared. This is a temporary measure to support patient care in the response to coronavirus (COVID-19) and will be reversed when the pandemic is over, unless alternative arrangements have been put in place before the end of the emergency period.
We have made available a report to include the numbers of patients registered with a GP practice that have an SCR with 'additional information'. Aggregations from GP practices up to national level are included in this report.
View SCRAI dashboard to see the latest statistics on the numbers of enriched SCRs being created across GP practices in England.