The RCP's Health Informatics Unit is working on behalf of the PRSB to carry out the Integrated Urgent Care project in order to define information recording and sharing requirements of integrated urgent care services.
This project from the RCP's Health Informatics Unit will create a new document naming standard to ensure digital health records are appropriately named for safe and effective retrieval within the health and social setting, as well as their transfer across all care settings.
This RCP Health Informatics Unit project will develop standards for the clinical content and structure of maternity records and to ensure that this information can be easily shared amongst healthcare professionals an
The Royal College of Physicians’ (RCP’s) NHS reality check: Delivering care under pressure reports gives over 2,100 doctors and NHS teams, who are overwhelmed by rising levels of demand in hospitals, a voice on how their profession is coping.
The COPD secondary care workstream comprised two parts: a continuous clinical audit of patients admitted to hospital in England and Wales with COPD exacerbations, and a snapshot audit of the organisation and resourcing of COPD care.
The secondary care (paediatric asthma) workstream, which is due to commence in June 2019, will comprise two parts: a continuous clinical audit of people admitted to hospital paediatric services in England, Scotland and Wales with asthma attacks, and a snapshot audit of the organisation and resourcing of care.