In 2020, Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust (SCFT) launched SystmOne’s AutoPlanner for its Community Nursing services. The Trust, which employs nearly 6000 staff and is the main provider of Community Care across Brighton, Hove, East and West Sussex, is also spearheading a Cross Trust AutoPlanner Network, helping participating Trusts to learn from the experiences of other users.
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Foundation Trust (CPFT) has signed a contract with TPP to deploy the SystmOne Mental Health module and the SystmOne Community Hospital module. The contract is an addition to the existing Shared Business Service (SBS) Framework contract the Trust has with TPP covering community services.
In November 2018, Herts Valley CCG and Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust carried out a successful pilot of patient information sharing between the SystmOne and EMIS Web systems, allowing users to view the complete community and GP records across the area.The project provided nine EMIS Web GP sites with the ability to view and share patient data with 50 SystmOne community services, who in turn, could also view and share with those GP sites. This allowed clinicians to bring up a patient’s care record embedded within their current clinical system. The pilot was signed off in December 2018 and Herts Valley CCG are keen to roll the interoperability project out to the wider CCG area.
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.
NHS Digital’s new national Child Protection Information Sharing (CP-IS) initiative is now available through SystmOne. CP-IS is a new Spine service designed to allow users to more easily identify vulnerable children. It alerts users in unscheduled care settings when a patient has a care plan with the local authority, and notifies the social care team that they have attended.