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CareFlow Vitals’ ‘big bang’ deployment at University Hospitals of North Midlands

2nd October 2018

University Hospitals of North Midlands (UHNM) has gone live with the CareFlow Vitals electronic observation system (formerly Vitalpac) in a big bang approach across all wards at the Trust’s two hospital sites - County Hospital and Royal Stoke University Hospital.

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The System C & Graphnet Care Alliance today announces a full FHIR support programme for its large-scale shared records, EPR, child health and social care systems.

7th September 2018

The System C & Graphnet Care Alliance today announced a major adoption of the FHIR interfacing standard to make easier the sharing of health and care information and to stimulate digital innovation. The companies are launching cloud-based platforms which offer customers and authorised third parties a package of open APIs using FHIR-based standards.

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System C & Graphnet Care Alliance solutions win place on new NHS England framework

4th September 2018

A wide range of System C & Graphnet Care Alliance’s strategic products and services have won a place on the new NHS England ‘one stop shop’ framework for STPs and Integrated Care Systems (ICSs).

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Over 1,000 clinicians at UH Bristol go digital with CareFlow Connect

2nd August 2018

Some 1,049 clinicians at one of the country’s biggest NHS acute Trusts are using a mobile care-coordination app to communicate and share tasks between teams and out into the community.

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Unified child health information system set for the South West

24th July 2018

System C has been awarded a contract to integrate 708,000 child health records and provide a single child health system in the South West.

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Lincolnshire’s hospitals go live with Medway Maternity

9th July 2018

United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust has gone live with System C’s Medway Maternity software and is rolling it out across the county of Lincolnshire. It is being used by midwives working in the community as well as those based at one of the country’s largest acute Trusts.

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