The NHS AppPublished: 27th March 2019
If their GP practice is connected to the app, they can register and verify their identity so they can:
- book and manage appointments at their GP practice
- order their repeat prescriptions
- securely view their GP medical record
- register as an organ donor
- choose whether the NHS uses their data for research and planning
NHS England and NHS Digital are working closely with CCGs to schedule in connection dates for GP practices. Find out more about the NHS App at https://digital.nhs.uk/services/nhs-app
The NHS app will be available to all patients across Greater Manchester in the coming weeks, the proposed dates for roll out are listed below:
- 18/03/19 – Manchester, Wigan Oldham
- 25/03/19 – Trafford, HMR, T&G, Stockport
- 08/04/19 – Salford, Bury, Bolton
For further information or any queries with regards to the roll out, please contact Kayleigh Buckley who supports the GM area at email@example.com or on 07710 152881.
There are also a number of webinars being held regarding the NHS App that will be of interest to you and your practice:
- Introduction to the NHS App, including NHS login (6 Dates Available) – https://www.events.england.nhs.uk/webinar-introduction-to-the-nhs-app-including-nhs-login
- Getting your GP surgery ready for connection to the NHS App (16 Dates Available) – https://www.events.england.nhs.uk/webinar-getting-your-gp-surgery-ready-for-connection-to-the-nhs-app
- Promoting the NHS App and its benefits to your patients (7 Dates Available) – https://www.events.england.nhs.uk/webinar-promoting-the-nhs-app-and-its-benefits-to-your-patients
- The NHS App: Records access and safeguarding (6 Dates Available) – https://www.events.england.nhs.uk/the-nhs-app-records-access-and-safeguarding
To help ensure that patients have a positive experience of the NHS App NHS Englabd are also asking practices to prepare before they promote the app to patients. This means briefing staff so they are able to support patients and preparing systems so that appointments are available to book and are named so patients understand what they are. Further information is available in our guidance for GP practices and guidance for CCGs.
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