A crash course in EPaCCS (Electronic Palliative Care Coordination Systems): Eight years of successes and failures in patient data sharing to learn from

Mila Petrova, Julia Riley, Julian Abel & Stephen Barclay
${\bf Background:}$ Electronic Palliative Care Coordination Systems (EPaCCS) are England’s preeminent initiative in enabling advance care planning and improved communication and coordination at the end of life. EPaCCS have been under development for eight years after being proposed, as Locality Registers, in the 2008 End of Life Care Strategy for England. EPaCCS are electronic registers or tools and processes for sharing data which aim to enable access to information about dying patients. Striking outcomes have...
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