Click on the zip file to download the EPaCCS template for either SystmOne or EMIS. Included is an extraction tool which is some clever software that creates a list of all your recorded palliative patients, their status and what you have already done for them. There are also suggestions for those things you may want to do in the near future. This will help with your GSF meetings. If you have any issues, please email the Palliative Care Coordination Centre email@example.com
This guide is a tool for health and social care professionals to support patients at different stages on their journey. 2nd Edition 08/01/16
The Electronic Palliative Care Coordination System (EPaCCS) is a tool to help improve palliative and end of life care for patients and their carers across Lincolnshire. This is a pdf of an A5 leaflet explaining EPaCCS to Health Professionals.
Click on "Read More" to view the EPaCCS frequently asked questions.
A leaflet from TPP explaining the eDSM for Health Professionals. SystmOne is used by 80% GPs in Lincolnshire, 100% of community and Macmillan nurses and St Barnabas Hospice. This leaflet explains the choices. A share is necessary for other professionals to work as a team around the patient. There is also a leaflet for patients
My RightCare is an online shared care plan used in Lincolnshire for end of life care. This is a download of the My Right Care training video. The first half teaches you how to read a plan, the second half how to write it, all in under 5 minutes.
My RightCare is an online shared care plan used in Lincolnshire for end of life care. This is a download of the My Right Care training video for SystmOne. The first half teaches you how to read a plan, the second half how to write it, all in under 5 minutes. Please note that the myrightcare icon is changing; you will now see the heart symbol instead of the blue square. The training video is currently being updated to reflect this.
My RightCare (MRC) is an online electronic shared care plan, which enables the sharing of essential, relevant and up to date information between providers. It means that the decisions made between the clinician and patient can be shared and accessed at point of care delivery.
For patients. The enhanced data sharing model (eDSM) is used by SystmOne, a clinical computer system. This is used by 80% GPs in Lincolnshire, 100% of community and Macmillan nurses and St Barnabas Hospice. This leaflet explains your choices. A share is necessary for other professionals to work as a team around the patient.
The Secretary of State for Health asked the National Data Guardian to develop a consent/ opt-out model which makes it absolutely clear to patients/users of care when health and social care information about them will be used and in what circumstances they can opt out. This report addresses the question of what more can be done to build trust in how the NHS and social care services look after people’s con dential data and use it appropriately.