Electronic Staff Record


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Electronic Staff Record

A personnel and payroll database implemented in 2008, which manages the payroll for NHS workers from nearly 600 units in England and Wales.
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He said: "Historic information on how many medical and dental staff took up post is not readily available from health boards and trusts because the electronic staff record system does not distinguish between those who have entered a post following a recruitment exercise and those who have entered a post as a result of training rotation."
The report, from the NHS Information Centre, is the first study of staff absence rates using the Electronic Staff Record. It will be updated quarterly to give an ongoing picture of sickness absence in the NHS.
A planned new Electronic Staff Record system across the NHS in England and Wales should help to improve the quality and consistency of management information,but most trusts in Wales will have to wait until mid 2005 at the earliest before this system is introduced.
McKesson led the consortium of suppliers that included Oracle and IBM to develop and implement the NHS Electronic Staff Record (ESR) project that began its pilot phase in October 2004.
The data comes from electronic staff records, the NHS national staff survey, NHS Jobs records and the trust's HR employee relations database.
Once implemented, the identity management system will link to the NHS's Electronic Staff Records (ESR), providing the authoritative staff identity data source for the Trust's HR department.
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