SystmOne will help pave the path towards next-generation healthcare delivery organisations. More AI and technological advancements would have to be incorporated for the delivery of next-generation hospital system. HOSPITALS must adopt technological advancements to become next-generation healthcare delivery organisations. More…
TPP, one of the world’s leading suppliers of healthcare technology, today announces it has updated its core product, SystmOne, to enable implementation of the PRSB’s About Me standard. The ‘About Me’ standard captures information that is important to a person and that…
New functionality from TPP facilitates the sharing of user-configured content across SystmOne. This is available across 7000+ NHS organisations now for immediate use.A growing number of organisations are recognising the advantages of SystmOne’s Resource Library. Rather than building SystmOne resources from scratch there’s an increasing likelihood that the resource you want to use has already been published for use on the Resource Library.
TPP is pleased to announce that a significant milestone has been achieved with the first full deployment of SNOMED CT with a GP system supplier anywhere in the NHS.
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 and fellow Leeds based health technology company Emis Health are coming together for a football match designed to raise thousands of pounds for charity.
TPP has just been announced as one of the sponsors for this year’s Pride celebration, to be held in Leeds on the 5th and 6th August. The main event of the festival will be held on Sunday and will include two hours of entertainment in Millennium Square as well as a parade through the city centre and five hours of entertainment in Lower Briggate.