CDRC Precision resources have been created to provide searches that can be used on the SystmOne digital clinical system. Each resource is hazard reviewed by NECS and has been designed with clinician input in the North East. Each search is accompanied by a step by step guide to support the roll out of each search in practice.
CDRC Precision resources available for SystmOne:
The following resources are currently available for use via EMIS:
In light of COVID-19, the CDRC Precision team, NECS and the AHSN NENC have worked closely to develop a suite of resources to support front line clinicians who are assessing and managing patients with suspected COVID-19, deferred treatment and the identification of potential high risk patients who may face COVID-19 related complications.
Covid-19 vaccination resources provide support for identifying eligible patients, inviting patients, identifying missed doses and more.
The COVID Oximetry at Home template allows patient identification, assessment and management in line with the Oximetry@home SOP.
Use of the Beat Asthma+ templates developed by CDRC Precision will enable early identification and management optimisation of children with ‘higher risk’ asthma. The pathway involves the delivery of an intensive education programme to children and their families over a 12 month period and will be implemented across 8 GP surgeries from Newcastle Gateshead, North Tyneside and South Tyneside CCG’s.
The CDRC Precision team have worked closely with lipid specialists in the North East North Cumbria region to develop specialist FH searches (NICE, Simon Broome, DLCNS and Famcat). The searches compare Familial Hypercholesterolaemia detection tools which have been reviewed and incorporated into the CDRC Precision FH search strategy to improve sensitivity and specificity.
Initially created to support the implementation of a regional AF collaboration in the North East and North Cumbria region, the CDRC Precision AF suite of resources contains searches, templates and targeted alerts. These digital resources help to improve the rates of diagnosis and management of patients with Atrial Fibrillation and further support clinicians with safe anticoagulant prescribing and monitoring.
Our NEWS2 resources have been designed by clinicians, for clinicians and are compatible with SystmOne. The searches allow for the NEWS2 score to be calculated and recorded both manually, and automatically creating an entry in the patients record.