One language for digital care records

Carer talking to elderly woman

Speaking the same language when it comes to capturing and safely sharing data is key to the success of digital social care records – which will mean better, safer and more personalised care for everyone. 

The digitising social care programme (DiSC) has worked with people from across the sector to develop a single set of standard data and definitions to help care providers capture information in the same format, and label it the same way, across all care systems in England.  

This new set of standard definitions has now been published for the first time.  

Read the full article and access the new Adult Social Care Minimum Operational Data Standard (MODS).