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…
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’.