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Summary Care Records with Additional Information – user research report
In the survey, we asked the following questions:
- what is your role?
- what is your care setting?
- what is your viewing method?
- what are your goals when accessing Summary Care Records (SCR)?
- do you know there are core items and Additional Information items that can be present in a person’s SCR?
- are you aware that all patients’ SCRs will now include Additional Information items (unless they previously told the NHS they did not want to share them)?
- please rank the SCR items below in order of how important they are to you, when providing care to a patient (drag and drop)
- which patient groups (if any) do you think will benefit from the inclusion of Additional Information in SCR?
- thinking about your recent use of SCR, are there any cases where you feel that access to this Additional Information particularly helped, or would have helped?
- do you have any other feedback about SCRs that you would like to make us aware of?
All patients will benefit from other health professionals being able to provide safer and more effective care by accessing a more complete medical history.
Last edited: 16 December 2020 5:27 pm