Nid ydym yn gwybod a yw'r ymateb mwyaf diweddar i'r cais hwn yn cynnwys gwybodaeth neuai peidio - os chi ywS.Jones mewngofnodwch a gadael i bawb wybod.

Clinical Record Accuracy

We're waiting for S.Jones to read a recent response and update the status.

Dear Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust,

This is another request in response to an earlier question I asked. The Trust has said
"Although a patient’s race/religion/ethnicity/background should be something which
we would expect to be recorded as fact, it is however based on information provided
by the patient; and given the nature of our profession in mental health services - our
service users may change their statement of fact at a later time."

What is your organisations position when what a clinician has recorded as race or religion or background, is different to what the patient has said in recording of the consultation?

Are there any Trust policies to support ignoring audio recordings of consultations, as proof that a clinicians records are inaccurate?

Yours faithfully,

S.Jones

LYPFT, Foi (LEEDS AND YORK PARTNERSHIP NHS FOUNDATION TRUST), Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Freedom of Information Office
1st Floor, North Wing, St Marys House
St Martins View
Leeds
LS7 3LA

Thank-you for your e-mail.

This is an automated response to let you know that your e-mail has been
received by the Trust Freedom of Information Act team and will now receive
our attention. No further acknowledgement will be sent.

If your request does not constitute a request under the Act we will be in
touch to advise you of an alternative course of action, or redirect your
message elsewhere and let you know.

Valid Freedom of Information Act requests will receive a response as soon
as possible and we will endeavour to respond within the statutory
timescale of 20 working days. This is calculated as follows:-

•         20 working days, counted from the next working day after your
request was deemed to be received.
•         Public holidays and similarly recognised non-working days,
Saturdays and Sundays are not classified as working days.
•         Standard office hours are understood as 9am to 5pm. Requests
received after 5pm will be deemed to have arrived the next working day.

Please bear this in mind when calculating the “due date” for your request.

Our reply to you will confirm or deny whether we hold the information you
have requested, and we will either provide you with the information you
have requested, or explain why it has not been provided, quoting an
Exemption under the Act.

Under our obligation to advise and assist requestors we will contact you
for clarification should we fail to understand any part of your request.

For your information, Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is a
provider of mental health and learning disabilities services. We are not
an acute hospital trust, CCG, or provider of primary care services. If
your request is inappropriate for our services, please let us know so we
can, with your approval, delete your request.

Yours faithfully,

LYPFT Freedom of Information Team

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

LYPFT, Foi (LEEDS AND YORK PARTNERSHIP NHS FOUNDATION TRUST), Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

1 Atodiad

Dear S Jones,

Please find attached a response to your recent Freedom of Information request.

Kindest regards
Anne-Marie Field
Information Governance Support Officer
Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
1st Floor, North Wing, St Mary's House
St Martins View, Leeds, LS7 3LA
Tel: 0113 85 59772
[email address]

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Dear Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust's handling of my FOI request 'Clinical Record Accuracy'.

I would like an internal review of my request. I think that the information I have requested is within the scope of public interest considering that there is a public petition about the approach Leeds and York Partnership Foundation Trust uses to determine the accuracy of clinical records.

All service users have the right to make audio recordings of consultations for personal use.
Service users have the right to know if audio recording of such meetings are considered to be a more accurate recording of an encounter than what the member of staff has said.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/c...

Yours faithfully,

S.Jones

LYPFT, Foi (LEEDS AND YORK PARTNERSHIP NHS FOUNDATION TRUST), Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Dear S. Jones

Thank you for your e-mail received on 17th January requesting an internal review of our Trust's handling of your FOI request 'Clinical Record Accuracy'.

Having looked at your appeal request, we are seeking clarification on what information specifically we have failed to supply?

*The Freedom of Information Act grants a right of access to ‘information’ held by public authorities. Section 84 of the Act interprets ‘information’ as meaning information recorded in any form, i.e. written memorandum, photographs, plans, video and sound recordings.

When you say "I think that the information I have requested is within the scope of public interest" Please could you clarify - what information did you request that we did not supply?

For ease of processing, please quote our reference for this request in all correspondence, which is FOI-3291.

Yours faithfully,

Anne-Marie Field
Information Governance Support Officer
Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust 1st Floor, North Wing, St Mary's House St Martins View, Leeds, LS7 3LA
Tel: 0113 85 59772
[email address]

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Nid ydym yn gwybod a yw'r ymateb mwyaf diweddar i'r cais hwn yn cynnwys gwybodaeth neuai peidio - os chi ywS.Jones mewngofnodwch a gadael i bawb wybod.