Privacy labels

What are Privacy Labels?

Privacy labels are a way for you to label each data point in your record with one of four categories. You can then decide who has access to each one of the categories, and this determines what they can see in your record. For example if you had a carer who you did not want to view any data in your record relating to sexual health, you would not give them access to ‘Sexual health’ and they would not be able to see any data with this label.

What are the different categories?

  • General Health - this can be used for most of the health record and includes information that most health professionals will use to deliver care
  • Mental Health - this can be used for anything relating to a mental health diagnosis such as depression or anxiety.
  • Sexual Health - this can be used for anything relating to your sexual health.
  • Social Health - this can be used for care from local authority social care team, including disability funding and home care services.

Can I add multiple privacy labels to one data point?

No, a data point can only be given one label (although this label can be changed).

How can I change a privacy label?

Next to the data point, you will see the privacy label with a pencil icon beside it. Clicking on the pencil will allow you to change the privacy label. For more information, please see the help page for the particular data point you are trying to change e.g Medications, Plans etc.

Please note, symptoms & measurements are currently all treated as general health & therefore there is no functionality to display or change the privacy labels for these items at present.