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We support a range of interoperability capabilities for either fully integrating third party systems or providing access to data or communicating with other systems using data exchange techniques. 

As one of the UK’s leading suppliers of Electronic Patient Record (EPR) systems, we have significant experience of the interfacing and integration requirements of the breadth of clinical and administrative systems in use. 

CareFlow can help join health and social care in a range of different ways and is able to integrate with: 

  • All major electronic patient care records 
  • Hospital services and teams 
  • Hospital admission, discharge and GP referral tools 
  • Adults’ and children’s social care systems 
  • Care Homes 

A frequent integrated release strategy ensures the rapid availability of new functions and the efficient delivery of statutory requirements, while standard terminology is a core pillar of our software - CareFlow EPR utilises SNOMED and specific datasets such as the Emergency Care Data Set and DM+D within EPMA. 


Key Benefits.

  • Embed functionality within third-party desktop applications to enter CareFlow and view full electronic case note, documents or results 
  • Call third-party systems from within the EPR, including all major Shared Care Record systems and multiple EDMS and PACs systems 
  • Integrate to national systems such as PDS and eReferrals to access and edit information 
  • Integrate with a dedicated voice recognition solution and on device native voice recognition capabilities to enable hands-free use of CareFlow via pre-configuration of command sequences 

Key Components.

HL7 Data Messaging in Near Real-Time

Our interfacing solution provides a robust, hospital-wide integration architecture for connecting to multiple downstream departmental systems in a bi-directional environment. This integration hub can also securely exchange messages with datacentre-hosted applications via a wide area network (N3) using client certificate authentication. Our EPR platform offers a truly interoperable solution that can develop and evolve with the requirements of the Trust. 

Linking to National Systems (PDS, eReferrals)

System C solutions integrate to national systems such as PDS and eReferrals via a set of HSCIC specified HL7 V3 messages required for compliance. All relevant applications (CareFlow, CarePlus and Liquidlogic) are compliant with NPfIT national systems and MiM standards, to access and edit information where available. 


Portal-Style Click-Through Integration (with User and Patient Context)

Data can be displayed by calling third party systems from within the EPR using our Interoperability Framework. This mechanism supports single sign-on and the maintenance of user and patient context with third party systems.  

Portal-Style Click-In Facilities

Functionality can be embedded within third party desktop applications. This enables users of third-party applications to click-through in to CareFlow and be presented in user/patient and where appropriate, workflow context. 

Security and Accessibility 

Accessible via Desktop, Tablet and Mobile devices utilising native and web-based technology including Progressive Web Applications, access is secure via Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) and support for OpenID Connect (OIDC) utilising Open Authentication (OAUTH2).  

Application Programming Interfaces (APIs)

Our Interoperability Framework includes the capability to configure our solutions to consume other vendors’ web services. This allows data from other suitably capable external systems to be amalgamated into the Patient’s record without the need to persist data. Additionally, we are also providing a range of APIs which will support customers to facilitate development of local clinical applications utilising data sourced from our EPR platform.