Reasonable Adjustment Digital Flag
NHS England has built the Reasonable Adjustment Digital Flag in the NHS Spine to enable health and care professionals to record, share and view details of Reasonable Adjustments across the NHS, wherever the person is treated. The flag indicates that Reasonable Adjustments are required for an individual and optionally includes details of their significant impairments, underlying conditions and key adjustments that should be considered.
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- Appointment / scheduling
- Clinical decision support
- Continuity of care (ToC)
- Key care information
- Patient communication
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- Community health
- Mental health
- GP / Primary care
- Social care
- Urgent and Emergency Care
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This standard has been approved by the Data Alliance Partnership Board (DAPB).
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