BLOCK 5 UNIT 18 : CONCEPTS

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BLOCK 5 UNIT 18 : CONCEPTS
1 RECORD KEEPING
1.1 Why do we need records?
1.1.1 Service users' histories not forgotten
1.1.2 Users can check what is happening to them
1.1.3 Care workers can remember what they have done / agreed
1.1.3.1 Signed records
1.1.4 Care can be provided in teams
1.1.4.1 Different agencies
1.1.5 = Make care safer
2 PERSONAL RECORDS
2.1 Have a right to access own records
2.1.1 Understand care better
2.1.1.1 Easier to spot mistakes
2.1.2 Improve communication with CW or GP
2.1.3 Formal application / pay a fee
2.2 Data Protection Act 1998 / Freedom of Information Act 2000
3 ELECTRONIC RECORDS
3.1 Advantages
3.1.1 Better access = internet access and PC / more accessible for visually impaired
3.1.2 Legibility = typed
3.1.3 Better outcomes = better communication with GP / improve accuracy / immediate access to test results
3.1.4 More information that paper records
3.2 Disadvantages
3.2.1 Internet & computer access
3.2.1.1 Not everybody has a PC or internet
3.2.1.2 Can't use a computer
3.2.2 Technical language
3.2.2.1 Records kept in note format / abbreviation = don't make sense to service user
3.2.3 Costs
3.2.3.1 Costs to NHS
3.2.3.1.1 Hardware / software / maintenance / staff-training
3.2.3.1.1.1 Reliability
3.2.4 Security & confidentiatlity
3.2.4.1 computer hackers
3.2.4.2 less secure
4 SHARING INFORMATION
4.1 Department for children, schools and families
4.1.1 Important for early intervention - children get services / help they need
4.1.2 Protect young people from abuse / harm / neglect
5 CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION
5.1 Not publicly known
5.2 Person sharing info understood it wouldn't be shared with others
5.3 SENSITIVE INFORMATION
5.3.1 Race / ethnicity / political opinions / religion + beliefs / trade union / physical + mental conditions / sexual life / offences + crimes
5.4 Consent to share
5.4.1 Explicit
5.4.1.1 Person gives consent / understand what they are agreeing to / understands implications
5.4.2 Implied
5.4.2.1 Have not consented but behaviour suggests they are happy for info be passed on
5.4.2.2 People understand info is shared to provide health care
5.5 Courts of law can demand information = cannot be kept confidential

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