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Using video consultation

Simplified DPIA for care homes during COVID19

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This is simplified Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) that has been developed for use with urgent Data Protection / IT developments during the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak, so as to not delay the development / deployment of essential services during the pandemic

COVID19 Information Governance advice for health and care professionals

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The health and social care system is facing significant pressures due to the COVID-19 outbreak. In the current circumstances it could be more harmful not to share health and care information than to share it. This advice will help you to understand how to manage this situation appropriately

Key information and tools on GDPR

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Here are some further tools and information regarding how to manage Information Governance during the COVID19 outbreak. This includes advice, an example privacy notice, how data is supporting the COVID19 response, the use of mobile devices by patients in hospitals, and COPI notice FAQs

Data Privacy Impact Assessment

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This document details the process for conducting a Data Privacy Impact Assessment (DPIA) through a project lifecycle to ensure that, where necessary, personal and sensitive information requirements are complied with and risks are identified and mitigated

Video consultations: how to set them up well, fast?

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In response to COVID-19, the health system plans to rapidly expand the use of video consultations. This practical, online resource helps those tasked with introducing this complex service change to learn from existing evidence and practice

Evaluation report

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This independent evaluation was recently commissioned by NHS England, and shows key insights into the programme's impact and stakeholder testimonials

Building the evidence base on video consultations

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The rapid implementation of video consultations across the NHS has been a striking feature of the COVID-19 pandemic. Health care professionals, leaders and policymakers are now reflecting on the learning from this period, and the role video consultations may play in patient care in the future. As they do so, it’s vital that they are able to call on timely, relevant, high-quality research. In this blog, we discuss the state of the evidence base on video consultations and set out some priorities for future research, based largely on the insights from Q’s collaborative learning and sharing project on implementing video consultations.

Basic obvs template for care homes

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This template can and should be used by care homes to record basic obvs in advance of video consultations with GPs who will need these readings

Memorandum of Understanding for care homes

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The purpose of this MoU is to set out the nature of the partnership between your Care Home and the Staffordshire Video Consultation Programme, which is connecting GP Practices to care homes via video.


This MoU is not legally binding and shall not give rise to any rights or liabilities for any party. We recognise that each practice and care home may adapt the protocols to reflect their relationship but that key outcomes outlined in this document will underpin each programme

Memorandum of Understanding for practices

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The purpose of this MoU is to set out the nature of the partnership between your practice and the Staffordshire Video Consultation Programme, which is connecting GP Practices to care homes via video.


This MoU is not legally binding and shall not give rise to any rights or liabilities for any party. We recognise that each practice may adapt the protocols to reflect their relationship with the care home but that key outcomes outlined in this document will underpin each programme

Medical Indemnity letter from underwriter

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This letter from Dr Campbell, Head of Underwriting at MDU Services Limited, details the perspective of medical indemnity providers regarding the use of video consultation in a medical context

 

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