Shared Care Record - Right to Object
You have the right to object at any time. We don’t recommend this, as information that could be vital when you need health or social care support – for instance, during a visit to a hospital Emergency Department – might not be immediately to hand as a result.
Objecting will mean the services giving you care will be unable to view your records from other services. However, the decision is entirely yours. If you do want to object, you can do so by completing the online form at the bottom of this page.
Or, if you would prefer to, print out and send a copy of the completed form by post to:-
Freepost COLLABORATIVE CARE RECORD
Please note, the Shared Care Record is different to anything you might have said ‘no’ to before. So, if you don’t want your records to be available to view through it, you’ll need to object.
Have you changed your mind?
If you need any help with anything, please phone 0345 646 1163.
Right to Object form
If you change your mind
You can change your mind at any time. To reverse your decision, simply complete a reversal of right to object form which can be downloaded from the website.
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