This section provides comprehensive documentation on MyOpNotes' user agreements, data handling practices, website policies, commitment to accessibility, and adherence to UK digital operation note standards.
Standards and Guidelines Conformance
This page outlines the standards and guidelines applicable to a digital operation note platform in the UK, and demonstrates how MyOpNotes adheres to these requirements.Learn more
Accessibility Features Implemented
This accessibility statement outlines ‘our commitment to user-friendly features while actively encouraging feedback for ongoing enhancement.Learn more
Social Value Policy
Our social value policy encompasses areas addressing economic inequality, sustainability and climate change, equal opportunity, and employee wellbeing.Learn more
Data Protection Addendum
This Data Protection Addendum (DPA) utlines the obligations, responsibilities, and rights concerning the processing and protection of personal data.Learn more
Terms of Service
This contract outlines the terms of service for users of MyOpNotes' Individual and Clinic membership levels, establishing the rights and responsibilities of both MyOpNotes and the customers.Learn more
This privacy notice provides an explanation of why and how personal data is handled, who manages the data processing, and the rights of patients concerning this process.Learn more
End User License Agreement (EULA)
This End User Licence Agreement (EULA) for MyOpNotes defines the user's rights and obligations when using the digital operation note software.Learn more
This document is a comprehensive guide that provides instructions and important information for healthcare professionals on how to get started with MyOpNotes, a digital operation notes software, to improve the note-taking process and enhance patient care.Learn more
This document is a comprehensive guide that provides instructions and important information for healthcare professionals on how to get started with MyOpNotes, a digital operation notes software, to improve the note-taking process and enhance patient care.
How much does it cost?
We offer MyOpNotes to NHS & private hospitals on an initial short-term pilot basis. Following the pilot, it moves to a paid model based on approximate number of cases/year. Regardless, MyOpNotes is committed to always being cost effective and has functions designed to increase revenues for hospitals (e.g. OPCS code suggestions).
Who owns the data?
MyOpNotes positions as a Data Processor for Data Controller clients and engages in personal data processing. The relevant NHS Trust client always remains the Data Controller and determines the purpose and means MyOpNotes follows for the processing of its personal data. MyOpNotes may perform activities on personal data (such as, but not limited to, collection, structuring, storage, use or disclosure). MyOpNotes complies with contracted processes and procedures for its clients.
Can I make my own template?
Yes. All templates can be edited and adjusted, including the ability for surgeons to create their own specific templates.
How easy is it to install?
Installation is not required making MyOpNotes very easy to deploy within your hospital. It will run on any internet browser and alternatively can be downloaded as a standalone programme on all operating systems. It can also integrate into your current electronic health record system making the whole process seamless.