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System C’s EPR Solutions Accredited by NHSX and NHS England.

5th August 2019

System C has won a place on a new section of the Health Systems Support (HSS) framework developed by NHSX and NHS England to help trusts and Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) procure electronic patient record solutions.

The HSS framework covers large-scale, advanced record-sharing and population health management solutions and is designed to help Strategic Transformation Partnerships (STPs) and ICSs achieve integration and digital transformation.  The new section launched today will specifically provide access to EPR solutions that can be deployed enterprise wide or as modules and meet Global Digital Exemplars (GDE) standards.

On announcing the accredited organisations, Matthew Gould, CEO of NHSX, said:

Helping clinicians access and share data effectively is crucial for patient safety. Today’s announcement is about giving care providers the tools they need to achieve this, and a key part of our mission to ensure the NHS benefits from the very best digital services.

Markus Bolton, joint chief executive of System C, said:

This accreditation follows an extensive evaluation process and we are very pleased to have met the key criteria.  The framework has been developed in consultation with a broad range of NHS organisations and professionals and supports the national vision for the future of healthcare which makes a solid foundation to build upon.

NHS organisations can also use the framework to buy further solutions from the System C & Graphnet Care Alliance such as Graphnet’s CareCentric shared record software, its business intelligence and analytics tools, the myCareCentric patient engagement solutions and Personal Health Record, and CareFlow Connect care-co-ordination software.

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