This guidance provides advice for paediatricians and health professionals on how to accurately collect and record data on patients with suspected or confirmed cases of COVID-19 using existing surveillance and data collection sources.
Informatics is used in everyday actions of healthcare professionals. It enables the delivery of high quality, accurate and timely care to patients - from booking appointments to conducting surgical procedures. In particular, SNOMED-CT is an international terminology for recording patient data, and y...
This free online course is designed for the early years workforce and healthcare professionals. It aims to improve your knowledge, skills and understanding of the benefits of effectively sharing information in a professional context.
Research, including State of Child Health, has demonstrated that there is a link between children’s health, education and social outcomes. However, data collected on children is not routinely shared between these different agencies. Having a unique, consistent identifier for children will allow ...
SNOMED-CT allows clinicians to accurately record patient data at the point of care and share information across health systems. In England, SNOMED-CT will be implemented across all care settings by April 2020, and we are supporting specialty and special interest groups to develop specific SNOMED-CT ...