The System C & Graphnet Care Alliance are proud main sponsor of Digital Health Rewired 2020
3 - 4 March, London, Olympia. Come and find us on stand B20 near the entrance.
System C provides modern, easy-to-use, integrated IT solutions for the UK health and social care sectors. Our solutions help our customers deliver improvements in the quality of care, combined with increased efficiency and financial savings.
With 30 years of experience dedicated to supporting care in the UK, we understand our customers’ needs and priorities and are proud to provide our digital blueprint of market-leading solutions to support the delivery of integrated services across whole care communities.
We are working closely with our partners across the NHS, Integrated Care Systems and social services to deliver digital transformation.
Our offering includes advanced clinical systems, shared records, PHRs and remote patient engagement, and BI to enable population health management.
We are a Global Digital Exemplar partner, working with UH Bristol and our Fast Follower customers to deliver our Exemplar blueprint.
Local authorities with social service responsibilities use our Liquidlogic software
CCGs (covering 10m patients) use CareCentric shared records in their area
Trusts use our Medway Electronic Patient Record solution
CCGs (covering 6.1m children) use CarePlus Child Health
Trusts use our Medway Maternity system
Trusts use our Business Intelligence solutions
@System_C January 20, 2020
Retweeted by @System_C January 17, 2020
The NIHR-funded DETECT study @DetectStudy shortlisted in research team and patient safety categories. #NWCAwards2020 @gerri_sefton shortlisted in research student category . Other partners in DETECT study are: @AlderHey @edgehill @LancasterUni @LivUni @System_C @NIHRresearch
@System_C January 15, 2020
Retweeted by @System_C January 15, 2020
Delighted to be invited speakers at @DHrewired on March 4th. Outlining the challenges for developing mobile digital PEWs and the DETECT study, with @CarrolEnitan. @AHFTResearch @katewarriner @System_C @NIHR #PEWS
7 January 2020
14 November 2019
6 November 2019
Electronic hand held devices are being used to record patients’ vital signs at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in the first research study of its kind in the UK as an early warning system for children.