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Getting the Benefit from Electronic Patient Information that Crosses Organisational Boundaries – Final Report NIHR Service Delivery and Organisation Programme

Final Report National Institute for Health Research Service Delivery and Organisation Programme

Executive Summary Conclusions

Within the two LHCs studied, there are areas in which substantial progress has been made in creating working forms of integrated care in healthcare pathways.

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The Implications of e-health System Delivery Strategies for Integrated Healthcare: Lessons from the UK & Elsewhere

Abstract:

Purpose
This paper explores the implications that different technical strategies for sharing patient information have for healthcare workers and, as a consequence, for the extent to which these systems provide support for integrated care.

Methods
Four technical strategies were identified and the forms of coupling they made with healthcare agencies were classified.… Read more >

Local Sociotechnical System Development in the NHS National Programme for Information Technology

National Programme for IT Electronic Health Records – User Perspectives

Abstract:
The National Programme for IT is implementing standard electronic healthcare systems across the National Health Service Trusts in England. This paper reports the responses of the Trusts and their healthcare teams to the applications in the programme as they are being implemented.… Read more >

Action Learning across the Decades: Case Studies in Health and Social Care Settings 1966 & 2016

Comparison of the Hospital Internal Communications (HIC) project of the 1960s with the Better Outcomes for People with Learning Disabilities (BOLDTC) project in 2016 and their use of action learning approaches

Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explore how action learning concepts were used in two healthcare projects undertaken many decades apart.… Read more >

Wisdom in Groups

We are thrilled with the uptake of Wisdom in Groups (WiG) places for April 2018 – we are now fully booked for April 2018.
Which begs the question, should we run another WiG in the Autumn of 2018?… Read more >