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Through the Open Exeter system, NHS England have provided a facility to register potential blood and organ donors on National Health Application and Infrastructure Services (NHAIS) systems. Potential donors can register via the family doctor services registration form (GMS1).
Data from the forms are input into the NHAIS systems by GP practice staff using Open Exeter accounts with the appropriate authorisation. Once input to the NHAIS systems, the records are transmitted automatically to the NHS Digital Bureau Service where the records are collated and transmitted onward to NHS Blood and Transplant for inclusion in the registers.
NHAIS user reference manuals, available to download as a PDF.
National Health Application and Infrastructure Services (NHAIS) is a suite of software implemented across primary care which manages services, patient registration and demographic details for England, Wales and Northern Ireland.