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GPRCC and MIG

General Practice Repository for Clinical Care (GPRCC)

What is it?

GPRCC is a data warehouse. This means that it is a secure database containing encrypted patient data.

 

Who uses it?

GPs upload patient data that can then be shared with other healthcare professionals involved in your care. GPs then use a programme called eHealthScope which is able to explain and predict care gaps in their area.

 

What is the benefit?

Healthcare professionals can now access your medical history from all organisations involved in your care to ensure you are given the best care possible. GPRCC gives eHealthScope the data to be able to inform GPs of specific care needs in their area. This means they can create solutions such as drop in services to address healthcare needs before they become a problem.

Medical Interoperability Gateway (MIG)

What is it?

MIG is a way to transfer Primary Care data from GPs to other healthcare professionals.

 

Who uses it?

All healthcare professionals can use it to access your GP medical history to ensure you have the highest standard of care across all organisations that provide your care.

 

What is the benefit?

If your care needs to move beyond your GP, then all of the healthcare professionals that are involved in your treatment can access your medical history to make sure you are given the best care for you.

"Ninety-two per cent of staff say the MIG from Healthcare Gateway has helped them to improve overall patient care"