As you’re aware, the Apollo Programme is currently underway to implement EPIC, an electronic patient records system, at both Guy’s and St Thomas’ and King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trusts (FTs). As part of this work, MyChart will be introduced to allow questionnaires to be shared with patients and become part of the clinical record. This will have significant implications for how IMPARTS and its questionnaires work in the future – please read below for the latest progess.

The IMPARTS team has worked very closely with Apollo to help make the transition to Epic as smooth as possible and ensure as many questionnaires as possible, currently used in IMPARTS, can be transferred to Epic.

The Apollo team have agreed to integrate these questionnaires into Epic, but at their request, IMPARTS will no longer be building new questionnaires and any changes to services will be limited until Epic goes live.

Due to the volume of questionnaires received from teleologic and other platforms, and the associated resource constraints, Apollo is unable to provide all IMPARTS questionnaires at the point of go-live in 2023. It has identified the 60 most widely-used questionnaires which will be prioritised and will be available from April 15th 2023 at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS FT. Contact to receive the list of questionnaires that are on the initial priority list.

Following the launch of Epic, the IMPARTS system will no longer be collecting patient reported outcome measures.

The IMPARTS team recognises this is disappointing news and apologises for the inconvenience it might cause.

Next steps

The Apollo team has asked that all requests for questionnaires be submitted via their specialist pathway groups. You can ask your clinical leads or contact to find out when the next SPG meetings will be held. Alternatively, clinical teams can contact regarding questionnaire requests or any other concerns with the transition to Epic.

This page will be updated as and when we have more information about Epic.