Personal records underpin integrated care on the Isle of Wight

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This brief case study describes how the Isle of Wight created web-based patient records shared between organisations and with the individual patients themselves as part of their work to deliver integrated care and support to older people with long term conditions.

The My Life A Full Life programme was developed to address three priority areas: self care and self-management; crisis response; and integrated locality working.  Developing a 'patient passport' that enables all parts of the health and care system to share information about patients and service users through a shared record system is seen as underpinning the programme's success.  

The case study includes the patient passport links to working with users of carers, providing a single point of contact, crisis response and integrated locality working.  

The case study includes links to further information about the programme.

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