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Process for making new data available to consumers using the Interweave Poral
We need to define a process for making new data available to consuming organisations using the Interweave Portal as it goes live in the YHCR. Much of this process will be determined at a local level by each organisation and will require them to think about 1) any restrictions on certain types of data to certain types of users and 2) if any process change, training etc needs to be put in place in order to support users in effectively embedding the new data in the way they work and make decisions.
The two options discussed today were:
To make new data available automatically to consuming organisations, as long as the required panels were in place. This would require a process being put in place to notify the nominated lead/s in an organisation of new data before it goes live so they can initiate their own internal business go-live process
Add functionality within the Portal that enables consuming organisations to choose what data they wish to 'switch on' and when, with a disclaimer that by enabling the data to flow the organisation has undertaken the required business change activity. For GPs, this would probably be determined at a CCG or ICS level.
This would seem to be a question that needs the input of the IG and clinical safety leads for the YHCR as it will impact all ICSs and is tied into the overall process that needs to be defined around pushing out new data. They will be best placed to advise on any potential risks from an IG and clinical safety perspective and then based on their input we would engage with the organisations involved in pilots.