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Talk by Peter Bradwell from Demos at the Health Foundation about the upcoming report on patient access to medical records.

Talk by Peter Bradwell from Demos at the Health Foundation about the upcoming report on patient access to medical records.

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    Know Thy Health Know Thy Health Presentation Transcript

    • KNOW THY HEALTH An overview of patient access to medical records
    • WHAT HAPPENS WHEN PEOPLE HAVE MORE ACCESS TO THEIR MEDICAL RECORDS?
    • FINDINGS 3.DIFFERENT DRIVERS 4.LACK OF CLEAR EVIDENCE OF AFFECT 5.COMPETING RATIONALES FOR USE
    • HEALTHCARE AND THE INFORMATION REVOLUTION
    • HEALTHCARE AND THE INFORMATION REVOLUTION 1. What is high quality care? 2. Changing health relationships
    • WHAT NEXT?
    • WHAT NEXT? 1. Public and private health
    • WHAT NEXT? 1. Public and private health 2. Quality healthcare
    • WHAT NEXT? 1. Public and private health 2. Quality healthcare 3. Professional working cultures
    • WHAT NEXT? 1. Public and private health 2. Quality healthcare 3. Professional working cultures 4. Privacy and consent
    • WHAT NEXT? 1. Public and private health 2. Quality healthcare 3. Professional working cultures 4. Privacy and consent 5. Challenging health inequalities
    • WHAT NEXT? 1. Public and private health 2. Quality healthcare 3. Professional working cultures 4. Privacy and consent 5. Challenging health inequalities 6. Alternative providers and the private sector
    • TODAY
    • PERCEPTIONS
    • BARRIERS
    • WHAT INTERVENTIONS ARE NEEDED?