Questions that the toolkit will aim to help you answer
How do we go about reviewing our existing policies and procedures?
- Example information governance policies and procedures
- Writing your privacy notice or consent statement
- Recording information sharing decisions
- Do staff have the knowledge to share information appropriately?
- Data controller – processor contract
What will we have at the end of this stage?
By the end of pre-implementation, the partnership will have a clear plan for implementing the agreed design, including documented policies and procedures, clarity about roles and responsibilities, resource implications and communications within the partnership and its member organisations.
Why is it important?
Pre-implementation, as the name suggests, is about turning the agreed design into reality. Organisations may need to allocate resources, ratify information sharing protocols or agreements, approve new policies and procedures, or implement training plans. Pre-implementation is about putting those practicalities into place.
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