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Brundall Medical Partnership

The Medical Centre

The Dales
Brundall
Norwich
Norfolk NR13 5RP
Tel: (01603) 712255
Open Mon-Fri 8.30-6.30

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Brundall Medical Partnership Privacy Policy

 

Your practice takes privacy seriously and we want to provide you with information about your rights, who we share your information with and how we keep it secure.

 

Please use the links below to find more information about the practice and data protection.

 

OUR DATA PROTECTION VIDEOS

Your Information

Children and Young People

What We Do with Your Information

What Else Do We Use Your Information For?

Sharing When Required by Law

Information Rights

Case Finding and Profiling

Norfolk Sharing Partners

Information Technology

Keeping Your Information Safe

How Long Do We Keep Your Information?

Our Use of Telephone Recording

Norfolk and Waveney Primary Care Networks

 

Find out About Our Sharing Projects Below

Serious Mental Illness (SMI) Register

 

Aiming to Improve physical healthcare for people living with severe mental illness (SMI) by ensuring that by 2020/21, 280,000 people living with severe mental illness (SMI) have their physical health needs met by increasing early detection and expanding access to evidence-based physical care assessment and intervention each year.

Your practice is involved by sharing information with mental health services in the community about patients with SMI. A register is maintained that allows your practice and the mental health teams to monitor the health checks provided to patients with SMI.

More Information about the Severe Mental Illness Register

For more information about your rights or information sharing – see the main privacy notice page.

 

NHS Health Check Recall Programme

 

The NHS Health Check is a prevention programme which aims to reduce the chance of a heart attack, stroke or developing some forms of dementia in people aged 40-74.

It achieves this by assessing the top seven risk factors for certain diseases in England, and by providing individuals with behavioural support and, where appropriate, medication.

Your practice will share patient information with Anglian Community Enterprise CIC (ACE) so that ACE can invite patients that meet the criteria to attend a Health Check Appointment.

ACE staff are bound by confidentiality in the same way that practice staff are and there is an Information Sharing Agreement in place to ensure that personal data is used in a lawful and appropriate way.

More Information about NHS Health Checks

More about how ACE Use your Information

For more information about your rights or information sharing – see the main privacy notice page.

 

Integrated OOH Urgent Care Services

 

As part of the introduction of an Integrated Urgent Care Service, Suffolk GP Federation (SGPF) have partnered with Care UK. Together they will provide a service that allows patients to access urgent care outside of GP practice hours.

Patients can call the 111 service, have a telephone appointment or organise a home visit or an appointment at a clinic in the community.

Suffolk GP Federation or Care UK will have access to all or part of the patient GP record to allow them to provide urgent care. A summary of the appointment will be provided to your GP practice after the appointment

Suffolk GP Federation and Care UK staff are bound by confidentiality in the same way that practice staff are and there is an Information Sharing Agreement in place to ensure that personal data is used in a lawful and appropriate way.

More Information about Urgent Care Services

For more information about your rights or information sharing – see the main privacy notice page.

 

Diabetic Eye Screening

 

Diabetic eye screening is a key part of diabetes care. People with diabetes are at risk of damage from diabetic retinopathy, a condition that can lead to sight loss if it's not treated.

The practice regularly identifies patients within their clinical system that are eligible for eye screening and sends their details to a partner called Health Intelligence who will invite them to be screened by the eye screening service.

Health Intelligence staff are committed to confidentiality and there is an Information Sharing Agreement in place to ensure that personal data is used in a lawful and appropriate way.

More Information about the National Agenda

More Information about how Health Intelligence Use my Information

 

Summary Care Record Consent Project

 

As a patient, you currently have a Summary Care Record (SCR) containing key information about the medicines you are taking, allergies you suffer from and any reactions to medicines you have had in the past. Should an illness or injury occur this information is used, with your consent, to assist healthcare staff such as hospital doctors, district nurses or pharmacy staff that may be unfamiliar with your medical history to make better and safer decisions about how best to treat you.

Patients have been given the option to include “additional information” into the Summary Care Record, this will add information relating to illnesses and any health problems, vaccinations, operations, and how patients would like to be treated.

More Information about Summary Care Records

For more information about your rights or information sharing – see the main privacy notice page.

 

Medicines Optimisation in Care Homes

 

A local organisation called St Helena along with staff from West Suffolk and Ispwich and East Suffolk Medicines Management Teams will support the GP practice by providing pharmacists and pharmacy technicians. The technicians will access patient data held within the GP systems to allow them to ensure that residents of care homes are on the correct medications and are having the necessary medication reviews. They will also collect information from care home residents (patients) and care home staff and they will update the GP record with any actions they take.

St Helena and the Medicines Management Teams are bound by confidentiality in the same way that practice staff are and there is a Data Processing Contract and Agreement in place to ensure that personal data is used in a lawful and appropriate way.

GP Connect (IC24)

 

The GP Connect programme uses technology to allow different clinical systems to communicate so that health and social care staff in different teams and locations can;

  • View a patient’s GP practice record
  • Manage GP appointments
  • Import or download data on a patient’s medicines and allergies

This will save time for clinicians, and provide better, more convenient care for patients and allows more information for appointments made outside of usual hours.

More Information about GP Connect

For more information about your rights or information sharing – see the main privacy notice page.

 

My Care Record

 

Your GP, hospital, community health, mental health and social care teams may all hold important information about your care. To date, these records have not always been easily accessed between those different services. We know that when information is made available between services in a more joined-up way, we can better meet your health and wellbeing needs.

My Care Record enables health and care professionals directly involved in your care to access information about you. For example, a doctor treating you in hospital or a nurse working in the community could view the information they need from your GP record. Access to your records is made possible by several different types of secure technology.

More Information about My Care Record

 

Enhanced Care in Care Homes

 

The enhanced health in care homes hopes to improve the care of residents of care homes by coordinating with other services such as the GP practice and social care teams.  Your practice is involved with this service. Here is some information about how your information is used.

Your GP uses technology to highlight the records of patients who live in the care home and who might benefit from a visit from their GP

Your GP will ask a doctor from North Norfolk Primary Care to visit you / your loved one on their behalf

Whilst the doctors or nurses from North Norfolk Primary Care are onsite visiting other residents, they may also find out that you / your loved one needs some support and will arrange this for you / your loved one

In order to provide you with safe and effective care, we will usually need to share information with each other – like the care plan that is created by your care home and the health record that is held by your GP.

The North Norfolk Primary Care doctors and nurses will only visit with patients that have agreed to meet with us

When we need to access their health or care information – we will let you / your loved one know

We are permitted to share information in this way by data protection law but we will give you / your loved one an opportunity to object

Once we have visited with you / your loved one, we will share information about the visit with the care home and your / your loved one’s GP and it will form part of your health record and kept in line with NHS guidelines

 

You / your loved one have / has a number of rights when it comes to information. Please ask your / your loved one’s GP if you / your loved one want(s) to have a copy or change information or to make a complaint.

Our data protection officers would be happy to answer any questions you have.

More information about information sharing for the project and about how we keep your information secure – please visit the NNPC Website

North Norfolk Primary Care staff are bound by confidentiality in the same way that practice staff are and there is a Data Processing Contract in place to ensure that personal data is used in a lawful and appropriate way.

For more information about your rights or information sharing – see the main privacy notice page.

 

North Norfolk Risk Stratification (Gemima)

 

Risk stratification is a process that is used across the NHS. The process uses technology to search the records in clinical systems and find information that tells your GP practice who might need extra care or support.

This might be because they have complicated health conditions or because they are at risk of developing conditions.

The information from your GP record will be combined with other information about when you hae been to hospital or used other community services and will be used by the local NHS Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) to plan and buy healthcare services for the local area.

The CCG will not have access to any information that identifies individual patients and instead, will use a code so they will not be able to see particular patients directly.

More Information about Risk Stratification

For more information about your rights or information sharing – see the main privacy notice page.

 

 

NSFT Learning Disability Service and GP Practices LD (Waveney Area) Suffolk

 

The Adult Learning Disability Community Team (Waveney) service as commissioned by the Great Yarmouth and Waveney CCG has been re-modelled. As part of this redesign, the service is developing a project whereby the team link more directly to GP practices in the Waveney area to offer support, advice and training. As part of this project, the team is tasked to assist GP practices in ensuring that their Learning Disability registers are accurate.

This allows health and social care providers to ensure that patients with Learning Disabilities are receiving the correct support.

GP practices will be required to share information with Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust (NSFT). 

NSFT are bound by confidentiality in the same way that practice staff are and there is a Data Sharing Agreement in place to ensure that personal data is used in a lawful and appropriate way.

More Information about the NHS and Learning Disabilities

For more information about your rights or information sharing – see the main privacy notice page.

 

 

Find out About Our Providers Below

 


Provider

Website

Confidential Waste

 

BIFFA

https://www.biffa.co.uk/

Couriers / Delivery

 

ISS pathology Couriers

www.issdistribution.co.uk/

ERS Medical

ersmedical.co.uk/

City Sprint

https://www.citysprint.co.uk/

Multi Functional Devices

 

Norfolk Copiers Ltd

www.norfolk-copiers.co.uk/

TeleComms

 

APR Telecomms / Tollring

https://www.aprtelecoms.co.uk/

Healthcare Software

 

INR Star / LumiraDx Care Solution

No Link

MJOG

https://www.mjog.com/

 

 

Healthcare Hardware

 

Northwest Ostomy Supplies

www.nhs.uk/service-search/pharmacies/profile/55422

 

 

IT Service Provider

 

Arden & Gem

No Link

ECS computers

https://www.ecscomputers.co.uk/

Digital Dictation

 

Lexacom 3

https://www.lexacom.co.uk/our-products/lexacom-3/

Digital Redaction /  Scanning

 

iGPR

www.igpr.co.uk/

Payroll / Finance

 

IRIS PAYROLL

https://www.iris.co.uk/

Xero

https://www.xero.com/uk/

Associations / Groups / Providers

 

Provision of Clinical System

 

Systm One (TPP)

https://www.tpp-uk.com/

Training

 

Systm One (TPP)

https://www.tpp-uk.com/

Other

 

uCheck

 

DA Languages

 

 

 

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