Islington Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has chosen Docman Vault to enable access to clinical documents, including transfer of care to support the delivery of an Integrated Digital Care Record.
Once health and care professionals have access to the integrated digital care record they will have access to all the associated clinical digital assets like documents through Docman Vault.
The project covers 34 practices and enables access to the information contained in over 2,000,000 documents.
Ric Thompson, Managing Director, Docman “We are pleased to be supporting this exciting step in delivering an integrated care record for healthcare professionals and their patients. Docman Vault provides a scalable platform to ensure all patient documents are made available across a health economy, truly joining up health and social care. Next year, Docman Vault will provide the mainstay for Docman 10, the latest version of the leading clinical content and workflow platform, hosted in the cloud and delivered entirely through a web browser on any device, anytime, anywhere.”
Dr Tony Kaye, Clinical Safety Officer, Docman, “Docman Vault supports top quality care by offering clinicians access to all the latest patient related correspondence. It is imperative clinicians can view GP comments, actions and annotations on documents which Docman Vault can now provide. Thus, with access to the clinical record and patient documents, integrated and more accurate care can be delivered at several locations, both in and out of hours.”
This new solution for secure access removes barriers and facilitates new possibilities and new ways of working. This is applicable but not restricted to GP federations, out-of-hours services, secondary care settings and sharing records across a CCG or group of CCGs. In addition, Docman Vault has the ability to plug into various consumer application portals such as the Integrated Care Record that many CCGs are now embarking on.