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IM&T and informatics services

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The management of patient data and good record keeping protocols are an absolute must for patient safety.

The interface between primary, secondary and tertiary care remains hugely challenging, with different proprietary products at different stages of implementation, as well as the merging of data within hosted informatics services remaining a massive challenge for out-going organisations and acquiring organisations.

Our specialists ensure you have the right team behind you to advise on, and manage, your IT due diligence and contract negotiations and will work with you to resolve issues quickly.

what we do...

  • Sector experience – IT, health, government and other public sector and charitie.
  • Specialist IT legal advice – on software development and procurement of hardware, systems integration and rebuilds, e-commerce, outsourcing, cloud computing, alternative dispute resolution, data protection and competition.
  • Ongoing support – to help keep our clients abreast of changes in legislation and best practice.

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Legal updates

Information law and the general data protection regulation

From 25 May 2018 the GDPR governs the use of the majority of personal data in the UK. Organisations processing personal data must comply with the GDPR.

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Legal updates

Data security and the NHS Standard Contract

July 2017 saw the publication of the Department of Health’s ‘Your Data: Better Security, Better Choice, Better Care’ paper.

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Legal updates

The GDPR and the NHS - practical steps that can be taken now

From 25 May 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation (‘the GDPR’) will govern the use of personal data in the UK.

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Legal updates

Applications for pre-action disclosure and the Access to Health Records Act 1990

The Access to Health Records Act 1990 (‘the AHRA’) provides a statutory right of access (subject to some exemptions) to a deceased patient’s medical records to a small number of people.

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