Masterclass: Adopting Digital Care Records – What to Expect at Go-Live
Date: Tuesday 21 December 2021
NHSX has published changes in relation to the The Data Security and Protection Toolkit is an online self-assessment tool that allows health and social care organisations to provide assurance that they are undertaking good data security and that personal information is handled correctly. The T More for adult social care providers, plus additional national and local support through the Better Security, Better Care programme.
The Data Security and Protection Toolkit (DSPT) is a really helpful, annual self-assessment for health and care organisations. It shows you what you need to do to keep people’s information safe, and to protect your business from the risk of a data Also known as a data breach. A security incident where sensitive and personal information is copied, transmitted, viewed, or stolen. See also: Cyber Security Guidance. More or a cyber attack. Once you’ve completed the DSPT, it will help you demonstrate, to the people you support, your commissioners, GPs and other NHS services, that you are handling information securely. It is a pre-requisite for access to NHS systems, including NHSmail and Proxy Access to GP records.
During the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, secure communication between health and social care services is more important than ever. To support this, care providers are able to access NHSmail without the need to complete the DSPT. The original deadline for this waiver was 31 March 2021.
Following a review by NHSX, the waiver has now been extended to 30 June 2021, in line with the deadline for 2020/21 DSPT social care self-assessments.
There are different levels of DSPT compliance and providers can publish at Entry Level, Standards Met or Standards Exceeded.
Entry Level was introduced on a temporary basis and was only available for social care providers. Entry Level demonstrates compliance with basic legal requirements and was a temporary stepping stone towards Standards Met. Entry Level came to an end on 4 March 2021.
A new Approaching Standards status has been introduced on 5 March 2021. Approaching Standards is not a direct replacement for Entry Level. It is a new status available to care providers who have demonstrated good progress but have not yet reached Standards Met.
Providers who are completing the DSPT at local level using the location’s V Coding is the use of computer programming languages to create software which gives computers instructions on what actions to perform. Computer code is what tells a computer how to operate. More and head offices completing with an A or C Coding is the use of computer programming languages to create software which gives computers instructions on what actions to perform. Computer code is what tells a computer how to operate. More can now see the Approaching Standards view.
DSPT submissions for 2020/21 need to be published by 30 June 2021.
The Better Security, Better Care support programme is available to help care providers to understand and reach Approaching Standards and above. This includes: new guidance from Digital Social Care; films; webinars; FAQs; a comprehensive local support programme with a strong focus on small and medium sized organisations; and a national support programme for larger care groups.
Find out more about the Better Security, Better Care programme – including how to contact your national or local support teams.
Oxford Brookes University are running webinars to explain what is changing in more detail:
If you have queries about Approaching Standards, you can contact the Digital Social Care Team at [email protected].Back to News
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