Gloucestershire’s shared vision across the health and social care community is to improve health and wellbeing by working better together in a more joined up way.
JUYI aims to ensure that both patients and health and social care providers have access to and contribute to, the patient’s health information at the point of care. JUYI is seen as a major enabler of the county’s approach to improving care through an integrated care pathway approach, leading to better patient outcomes. This vision includes the service user, enabling them to collaborate in the planning and provision of their care.
Benefits are classified under three main headings of Economic (cash releasing), Efficiency (non-cash releasing) and Effectiveness (quality).