An invitation for voluntary and community sector organisations to discuss One Health and Care digital Shared Care Records

November 12, 2021
Published by Dudley CVS

NHS Black Country and West Birmingham CCG is inviting leaders and staff in voluntary, community and faith sector organisations to a virtual luncheon presentation and discussion about the upcoming One Health and Care digital Shared Care Records.  Dr Rajiv Kalia, Deputy Chief Medical Officer, and Dr Zishan Yousef, Primary Care Leadership Executive for IT and Digital on Tuesday 16 November 2021 from 12.30pm to 1.30pm.

The impact of COVID-19 has highlighted the need for greater digital development and data sharing across health and social care.  The Shared Care Record (ShCR) is an exciting initiative that will improve the care provided to patients across the Black Country and West Birmingham.

Aim of session

This presentation is for leaders and staff in the voluntary, community and faith sector organisations.  As an outcome from this session, we aim is to be able to work in partnership with you to meet digital and health inequalities by delivering further sessions with our local communities to inform them about the initiative.

Register: To register your interest email: by 5pm on Monday 15 November 2021.





Welcome and introductions



Shared Care Records

The Shared Care Record is a single integrated system and will enable better and more connected care across the Black Country and West Birmingham. It will provide all health professionals directly involved in the care of a patient, with a summary view of their care and treatment across all care settings.  This means patients won’t have to repeatedly explain things and will ensure the professionals providing care always have important details like any allergies or existing medical conditions.

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