General Practice Data for Planning and Research (GPDPR)
Patient data is collected from general practice to support a wide range of research and analysis to help run and improve health and care services. It is collected from Rothschild House Group, as well as all other GP surgeries in England.
This is done by the NHS digital who for the last 10 years, used a service called the General Practice Extraction Service (GPES) but will now be replaced by the General Practice Data for Planning & Research. However, this will also help to support the planning and commissioning of health and care services, the development of health and care policy, public health monitoring and interventions (including coronavirus COVID-19) and enable many different areas of research such as
Research the long-term impact of coronavirus on the population
Analyse healthcare inequalities
Research and develop cures for serious illnesses
For more information please see the NHS Digital Transparency Notice
1st July 2021
From 1st July 2021 patient data may be shared from the GP medical records from Rothschild House about
Any living registered patient
Any patient who died after 1 July 2021 and was previously registered
PATIENT NAMES OR ADRESSES WILL NOT BE COLLECTED
ANY OTHER PATIENT SPECIFIC DATA WILL BE REPLACED BY CODES
You are entitled to ‘opt out’ of having your data shared. You can do this by completing the ‘opt out’ form below and returning to your GP surgery no later than 23rd June 2021.
If you have previously opted out of having your data shared and you wish to change your mind you can complete the same form and return to us by 23rd June 2021.