Health Education England elearning for healthcare (HEE elfh) has worked with the Yorkshire & Humber Care Record (YHCR) Academy to develop a new elearning programme to help people learn about the YHCR and support teams through adoption and best practice of the YHCR solution.
The YHCR was established to enable GPs, doctors, nurses and care practitioners to access and share up-to-date patient information, care plans, test results and prescribed medications by collating the information held by multiple health and care settings. Not only does it mean valuable time is saved by patients not having to repeat information, but it also ensures that care decisions are well informed, resulting in safer, more joined up care. It also enables information to be in one place and reduces the paperwork within care organisations.
Following the success of the YHCR, this new programme has been developed to support the health and social care workforce in their ambition to be self-sufficient when assessing and deploying shared care record capabilities and to increase the pace at which adoption can be achieved.
The programme explains how shared care records play a role in supporting a person’s health and wellbeing, why programmes such as the Yorkshire & Humber Care Record were established, and how to commission and deploy shared care record solutions
To complement this elearning programme, the YHCR team also provides access to the LinkedIn Learning Platform showcasing a range of video courses, taught by industry experts, on topics related to the adoption of the YHCR. Please contact the team at YHCR for access to these additional resources.
For more information and to access the resource, please visit the Yorkshire and Humber Care Records programme page.