FOR NHS INTEROPERABILITY AND CONSENTED HEALTH RESEARCH
The future of the NHS is dependent on a healthcare system that joins up care across the whole-system, removes fragmentation and is organised to support people with multiple health conditions. It is a system that empowers patients to take control over their own care, and have their data accessible to healthcare providers on a single healthcare record.
The challenge ahead is vast, Accession is setting out to prove that this can be done.
The blockchain solution in development at Accession connects NHS providers and allows seamless data sharing across the healthcare ecosystem, illuminating entire patient histories at point of care for improved patient treatment and outcomes.
Accession’s blockchain will support the NHS to:
Interoperability is a fundamental requirement for improving the delivery of healthcare and assessing outcomes. The goals of interoperability are to enable seamless delivery of care across traditional organisational boundaries, and to ensure that healthcare professionals and patients can access all parts of their electronic clinical record with the ability to import information into it.
The new effort to digitise the NHS should guarantee widespread interoperability.1
1. National Advisory Group on Health Information Technology in England. Making IT Work: Harnessing the Power of Health Information Technology to Improve Care in England. September 2016.
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