TPP has developed a point of care solution which allows users to directly record COVID-19 vaccinations into SystmOne. Building on TPP’s existing experience delivering point of care functionality for vaccinations against other diseases, this development will aid users in the mass roll out of COVID-19 vaccinations and support health services as they navigate through this stage of the pandemic response.
TPP is pleased to announce the full rollout of the National Events Management Service (NEMS) FHIR API on SystmOne. The development stands to benefit users of SystmOne Child Health through clear and rapid access to vital information regarding the children in their care.
NHS Digital recently accredited Isosec’s Virtual Smartcard solution under their new Assurance Framework, which will allow users broader access to advanced clinical functions. A combination of SystmOne’s Internet First innovation and Isosec’s Virtual Smartcard solution will create a more accessible and efficient working-from-home experience for our users. These solutions will authorise remote access to clinical applications, without the need for an encrypted internet connection or a physical smartcard as previously required
TPP and CPRD have agreed on a solution for GP practices using SystmOne to be able to send pseudonymised daily data updates of patient data to CPRD. This will significantly increase the amount and geographical spread of data available for research through CPRD. It will also enable GP practices to more readily recruit suitable patients for NHS trials, subject to relevant consents.
The 2018 recipients of the Frank Hester Scholarship picked up their A-level results today, each of them gaining places at university starting later this year. The Scholarship was established in 2016 to aid students wanting to further their education but without the financial means to do so or who have circumstances that have adversely affected their education. The Scholarship was founded in 2016 with two partner organisations – Horsforth School and Tong Leadership Academy - and grew in 2017 to include Elliot Hudson College. TPP now selects three applicants to receive the scholarship fund each year, one from each of the partner organisations.
TPP is delighted to announce the launch of its intelligent staff scheduling functionality, Autoplannerutoplanner automatically schedules visits across an organisation on a daily basis. It matches the right clinician with the right patient, based on geography, type of care needed or other specified patient or clinical preference.
PP has been named the ‘Best Company for Graduates to Work For’ by the graduate job review guide, The Job Crowd.As well as winning the top accolade for the second time, TPP also took home the award for best company to work for in the ‘IT development and consulting sector’ for the third year in a row, and for the first time, ‘Best Graduate Salary’.
NAViGO Health and Social Care CIC, a social enterprise based in Lincolnshire, is the latest provider to contract with TPP to deploy SystmOne Mental Health for five years. Following a tender process, SystmOne was selected to provide improved functionality and shared care capabilities. NAViGO will be moving from Silverlink’s EPR system. NAViGO employs nearly 600 staff, and delivers all local mental health and social care services to people living in North East Lincolnshire.
TPP have signed a Strategic Cooperation Agreement with Hainan-based company, First Chengmei Medical Industry Group. The signing took place on the 1st February at the Intercontinental Hotel, Sanlitun in Beijing, alongside planned business events during Theresa May’s official trade mission to China. The cooperation agreement was signed by Dr Hui-Chi Yeh, Director at TPP, and Mr. Zonghua Xu, President of the First Chengmei Medical Industry Group. It was witnessed by Kevin Holland, Director of Life Sciences at the British Embassy, Beijing.
Last week staff from TPP exhibited at the China International Industry Fair in Shanghai. Attendance at the show was part of a Department of International Trade (DIT) Northern Powerhouse mission to China – led by Baroness Rona Fairhead and Northern Powerhouse Minister Jake Berry.