Clinical Development Kit

Clinical Development Kit (CDK)

Having developed our solutions alongside clinicians for over 20 years, we understand the value of a flexible system which can be easily adapted to suit the user’s needs. Our Clinical Development Kit (CDK) is a no-code development platform that enables clinical content to be created or amended without the need to request the change from TPP. The CDK also allows these items to be shared across the estate, be that on a national, regional, or local level. Clinicians feel supported knowing that they are following agreed national standards whilst also being able to create tools and screens that support their unique clinical needs.

Clinical Development Kit Process 1) Build Clinical Content 2) Amend 3) Share in Resource Library

Decision Support Tools

  • Design custom protocols to support clinician decisions during a consultation
  • Standardise flow for each patient during specific consultations, e.g. to quit smoking
  • Reduce consultation time
  • Increase quality of patient care by supporting clinicians


  • Create custom templates to support data entry during common consultations
  • Automatically complete consultation record based on input information
  • Link fields to SNOMED codes, increasing reliability across clinical settings
  • Create letter templates with merge fields

Patient-Level Alerts

  • Customise alerts to be sent to service users
  • Send notifications to all patients or specific groups
  • Request that patients complete pre- or post-consultation questionnaires via Airmid.

Scored Assessments

  • Design and customise standardised questionnaires and assessments
  • Build in automatic scoring based on responses
  • Allow questionnaire to be completed over multiple sessions by different clinicians

Resource Library

  • Share resources with other clinicians in your unit, CCG, or across SystmOne users
  • Download and customise resources designed by other clinicians
  • Save time by reducing need to design all resources from scratch
  • Benefit from shared knowledge between clinicians across the country