Data sharing between TPP and EMIS Health is now available on general release. This allows clinicians across the health service who use the leading clinical systems to view vital patient information across different systems and care settings, including data from both GP and community records.
TPP and South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust are celebrating the success of the recent SystmOne Mental Health launch. The Trust employs around 4,500 staff members, delivering mental health and community services to people living in Barnsley, Calderdale, Kirklees and Wakefield.
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.
This week saw the launch of the Royal College of General Practitioners’ vision for the future of general practice, the ‘Fit for the Future’ report. Over 3,000 people - GPs, healthcare professionals, system leaders, and patients – helped developed the vision, with additional consultation from the King’s Fund.
Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust (NLaG) has signed a five-year contract with TPP to deploy the SystmOne Emergency Department (ED) module. The contract is an addition to the existing Shared Business Service (SBS) Framework contract the Trust has with TPP.
Last week, TPP became the first GP system supplier to achieve full roll-out approval for Access Record: HTML as part of NHS Digital’s GP Connect programme. The programme ensures that staff across the NHS can access vital information from GP practice records. TPP’s full roll-out approval marks a major step forward for the national interoperability initiative. It will help to deliver better care for patients across care settings and improve coordination between staff working across primary care networks.
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 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.
TPP has successfully deployed the first wave of interoperability under the GP Connect programme.
TPP’s Founder & CEO joins UK delegation at the World Economic Forum This week, Frank Hester OBE, TPP’s Founder and CEO, joined the UK’s official delegation led by Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock, at the…