It is common for many of us to visit multiple healthcare providers in our lifetime - from different General Practitioner (GP) clinics and polyclinics, to specialist clinics, therapy centres, and hospitals. As a result, each of these providers will have some parts of our healthcare history.
The National Electronic Health Record (NEHR) is a secure system that collects summary patient health records across different healthcare providers. This enables authorised healthcare professionals to have a holistic picture of your healthcare history. With “One Patient, One Health Record”, your care team would be able to deliver safer, better and more personalised CARE for you.
From 5 January to 15 February 2018, MOH and IHiS held a series of consultation sessions with stakeholders and members of the public. Members of the public can view response to the feedback from the consultation sessions here.
Connects healthcare professionals for patient-centred care
Achieves better health outcomes
Raises patient safety
Enhances patient experience with seamless care
Learn how the NEHR can help retrieve timely information for you
Data contribution to the NEHR is voluntary for all private healthcare providers. The MOH has been reaching out to them to encourage sharing of clinical data with the NEHR.
What are your thoughts on on-boarding all healthcare providers for data contribution and access to enable better patient care?
Share your views on the NEHR in a short survey