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Changes to the way we share your information.....
Your health and social care records contain important information about you.
We’ll always keep your information safe and never sell it or pass it on.
And making that information available to health and social care staff involved in your care means everyone can work together to give you the best support we can.
Information held on your records may be securely shared with appropriate healthcare professionals who are working with you to provide support, so your information is available when it is needed most.
However, they will still ask for your explicit consent to view certain information when treating and supporting you, which means that you are always presented with an option to agree or disagree.
What does this Information Contain?
This information might be details of your appointments, assessments, medications, or anything that would help a health or social care professional to support you.
It’s a good idea for everyone to make that information available in case they need care or help in an emergency – particularly people with certain health conditions or illnesses.
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…and work more effectively and efficiently if relevant information about you can be shared among agencies providing your support.
Sharing your records means health and social care workers have your most up to date information. It also means you don’t have to repeat THE same facts, have unnecessary tests and it wILL prevent you being given drugs that you’re allergic to.
If you have any questions please contact the team at