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ContactPoint. GP Clinical Governance Leads Meeting 11/12 th December 2007 Carol Harrison, ContactPoint Project Manager. What is ContactPoint?.

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Contactpoint

ContactPoint

GP Clinical Governance Leads Meeting

11/12th December 2007

Carol Harrison, ContactPoint Project Manager


What is contactpoint

What is ContactPoint?

  • The quick way to find out who else is working with the same child or young person, making it easier to deliver more coordinated support and improve outcomes for children.

  • It will be available to authorised staff who need it to do their jobs.

  • It will store very basic information for all children resident in England – no case information.

  • It will be a national system to enable a more complete record for a child who accesses services in more than one local area.


Benefits of integrated working

Benefits of integrated working

Tools and processes

Benefits

Information Sharing Guidance

Earlier, holistic identification of needs

Common Assessment Framework

Earlier, more effective intervention

Lead Professional

Improved information sharing across agencies

Setting up multi-agency services

Faster, more co-ordinated delivery of

service for the Child

ContactPoint

Better service experience for children and families


Information held

Sensitive Service

Contact Details

Information held

INDICATORS

BASIC

DEMOGRAPHICS

UNIVERSAL

SERVICES

ADDITIONAL

INVOLVEMENT

examples

CAF

Indicator

General Practice

Contact Details

Youth Worker

Contact Details

Child’s Name

Health Visitor

Contact Details

Social Worker

Contact Details

Lead Professional

Contact Details

Gender

Unique Identifier

SENCO

Contact Details

Education/School

Contact Details

Date of Birth

School Nurse

Contact Details

Address

Parent(s)/Carer(s)

Contact Details

ContactPoint will not hold case data or assessment information


The big picture

D A T A S U P P L Y

Local

National

Modified CMS

Data matching

DWP

D A T A S U P P L Y

P R A C T I T I O N E R A C C E S S

NHS

Web Access

SECURITY

DCSF

Access Controls

ContactPoint

ONS

No IT Access

other

Mediated Access

other

Support services (national and local)

150 ‘accountable’ LAs

The Big Picture

Please note data suppliers have not been confirmed


Contactpoint

Who will have access?

  • All authorised practitioners in all partner agencies

  • WFA (Sept 07) estimated to be up to 5867

  • To include workers from:-

    Education – Schools, Further Education Colleges

  • Health – Doctors, Nurses, Health Visitors etc

  • Mental Health

  • Police

  • Probation

  • Voluntary organisations

  • Connexions

  • CAFCASS

  • YOT

  • Youth Service

  • Social Care


Contactpoint

All users will need to be…

  • Security checked - including enhanced Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) clearance renewable every three years.

  • Independent Safeguarding Authority (was Vetting and Barring Council) will advise if a user is subject to conviction or caution.

  • Trained in:

    • Information Sharing

    • Safe and secure use of ContactPoint

    • Data Protection Act and Human Rights Act

  • There will be an audit trail and monitoring of usage


Trailblazers

The ContactPoint programme in East Sussex began in 2003 as a trailblazer

Pilot began in Eastbourne in 2004, rolled out across the authority in 2005

2350 people have access ContactPoint, 29% of those are health practitioners

140,000 individual children’s records held on the system

18 automated data feeds, including health information from:

Child Health Records (GPs & HV)

PIMS (SLT, CAMHS, FISS, CTS)

Manual involvement input

Trailblazers


Contactpoint

I have a plan – please call me


Working closer together to make it happen

Working closer together … to make it happen

Others?

Information

Sharing

Lead

Professional

…to make it happen

CAF

Multi-agency

Working

eCAF

ICS

ContactPoint

“MAKING IT HAPPEN” DCSF/CWDC 2007 ISBN: 978-1-84478-928-3


The regulations

The Regulations

  • Debate in the House of Lords on 18 July 2007

  • Debate in the House of Commons 23 July 2007

  • The Children Act 2004 Information Database (England) Regulations 2007

  • Regulations came into force on 1 August 2007

  • Available at http://www.opsi.gov.uk/si/si2007/20072182.htm and http://www.ecm.gov.uk/contactpoint/legislation/


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