Cardiology patients living in Grimsby, Scunthorpe and Goole can now enroll in a free online portal to view your online health records.
The NHS Foundation of Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Trust has come into operation with Patients Know Best (PKB), which offers online access to personal health records.
Last summer, PKB, which operates more than 60 hospitals, became the first personal health record fully integrated into the NHS application, in a move that meant patients could access all the information combined.
Patients with trusted cardiology will be the first to benefit from access to medical records, test results, specific condition information and more from their laptop, tablet or smartphone. It will also provide tools to help patients understand and control their own health.
Users will also be able to track their symptoms and connect Bluetooth devices to upload data and record key health indicators such as blood pressure, activity and weight.
If the pilot is successful, the trust plans to deploy the portal to other specialties later.
Gill Bromby, a nurse specializing in heart failure, He said: “This is an exciting opportunity for cardiology patients to start really controlling their own health. By registering with Patients Know Best, they will be able to monitor and track their own symptoms online, view key clinical information from the hospital and even share this information with other professionals involved in their care ”.
At Grimsby, Scunthorpe and Goole, patients with cardiology will be the first to benefit from the service and, if the pilot is successful, the trust intends to deploy it to other specialties.
PKB offers online access to personal health records to enhance the patient experience and revolutionize the way patients access and use NHS services