At Consultant Connect we collect a LOT of data. This enables us to provide regular insightful reports to the CCGs, Health Boards, Hospital Trusts, and ICSs we work with.
advice & guidance
advice & guidance
King’s Health Partners (KHP) Mind & Body Programme shone a spotlight on the vital improvements Consultant Connect has made to the physical healthcare of people with serious mental illness in South London. You can read the article of KHP’s website or we have replicated it below:
When clinicians within your Primary Care Network (PCN) seek Specialist Advice via Consultant Connect, your practice can earn Investment and Impact Fund (IIF) points for your PCN. You don’t need to worry about submitting the data as our system automatically submits it to National Health Service England (NHSE) via the Elective Recovery Outpatient Collections (EROC) for you.
Dr David Griffiths is a practicing GP and the Medical Director of Consultant Connect. In this blog he writes about how Mental Health impacts his work as a GP.
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