NHS Fax Ban

On the 1st April 2020, the NHS Fax Ban comes into force, as mandated by the current Secretary of State for Health. In compliance with this, from 1st April 2020, ECG On-Demand will no longer be accepting faxed copies of Holter study patient diaries.

Diaries will be accepted using the following 2 methods:

  1. Using the ECG On-Demand Smart Phone App. This provides maximum convenience for the patient and removes all work burden from the customer. You can download our Diary App Poster here.
  2. By attaching a scanned image of the Holter study patient diary at the point of Holter data upload.

Both methods ensure patient identifiable information is encrypted during transmission.

If this change presents any local operational issues, please me on 0345 5212992 so we can help you comply with the minimum of inconvenience.

Mark Hashemi

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Our ECG-Patch Holter Monitoring and 12-Lead ECG Interpretation service provide the following benefits:

  • reduces the need for patients to attend a clinic environment
  • meets the legal requirement of CQC registration
  • meets NHS England's mandatory requirements for NHS data processing
  • all reporting and data analysis performed by UK clinicians

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