Coventry and Warwickshire Integrated Care Record (ICR) – due to go live Autumn 2020. Tell us what you think

The health and social care organisations within Coventry and Warwickshire would really like to hear your thoughts on the new Coventry and Warwickshire Integrated Care Record (ICR) which is due to go live in Autumn 2020.

The Integrated Care Record (ICR) is a consolidated electronic record of a person’s care.  It takes information directly from existing systems used by health and social care organisations and presents it in a structured, easy to read format for health and care professionals.


The ICR will provide all health and care professionals directly involved in the care of a patient/service user with a more joined up view of a patient’s care and treatment across all care settings. 

The ICR has been developed in response to the feedback from many of you over a number of years, telling us that you only want to tell your story and share information once when receiving care from any health or social care organisation across Coventry and Warwickshire.

Please follow the link below to find out more about the Coventry and Warwickshire ICR and what this means for you.

After you have read the background to the ICR there is a short survey for you to fill in.  The purpose of the survey is to make you aware of the Coventry and Warwickshire Integrated Care Record (ICR) and give you the opportunity to feedback to us on any questions, concerns or expectations you have around the ICR. 

There is also the opportunity to register your interest in being involved with the ICR as a critical friend – providing feedback and being involved in further surveys as the ICR develops.  This will help us to ensure that the ICR delivers the best solution for patients/service users.

It should take you about 10 minutes to read the background about the ICR and then another 10 minutes to fill in the survey.  Your feedback is really important to us.

Closing date for responses: Wednesday 30 September 2020