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Showcasing software to help you integrate your local healthcare systems

Introducing our supplier showcase, what systems are available and how we could help you with central funding for systems integration across organisational boundaries in the south of England.

We are a centrally funded healthcare community integration programme open to NHS organisations within the NHS South of England. Working in partnership with local healthcare communities we will help achieve a locally owned and managed contract for systems integration, for each participating healthcare community.

Our key purposes are to procure solutions which:

  1. deliver immediate benefits from the initial 'go live'
  2. can be extended to other healthcare areas over the life of the contract without significant supplier involvement
  3. is sustainable by local NHS organisations at the end of the central funding period.

The virtual showcase

Materials on this site provide examples of what your local healthcare community could achieve using existing products / market technology. 

You can use this showcase to find out what the ‘Art of the Possible’ is, and how some of the finished products might help your specific areas of care.

Watch Jeremy Nettle, Chair of Intellect's describe the benefits of system integration  

 

Watch Manpreet Pujara, CCG Board Member talk about the need and benefits of Integration

Suppliers have been asked to demonstrate:

  • A generic overview of existing functionality for:
    • long term condition management
    • urgent and emergency care
    • end of life registers/wishes, and
    • elective care.
  • This includes:
    • integration of solutions across different IT systems
    • integration across a number of care settings
    • examples of where links to social care have been achieved.

Presentations on this and suppliers' sites are available until mid-November. 

Once you have looked at the presentations you can book in for a dedicated webinar (PC Screen and conference call) session with your suppliers of choice.

These are your opportunity to ask questions of the suppliers about thier software and how it could help your local organisation. 

To book onto a webinar session, click the booking link at the bottom of the relevant presentation. After registering for a session, a Microsoft Calendar invite will automatically be sent to you with the details of the session. 

Suppliers

Participating suppliers have been invited to do so by Intellect, the trade body, which represents them. 

Use of showcase supplier materials is for reference purposes only and does not constitute endorsement of any particular product or supplier by the Department of Health. 

There is also no guarantee that any suppliers listed on this site will either bid for, or be successful in winning, any local procurements. 

Next steps

Firstly, please contact with your closest contact from the list below. 

After registering your interest, we will be in touch to arrange cross organisation requirements session(s) and take you and your stakeholders through how to develop your local business case. 

In the meantime, you can read the  embedded template business case to get an idea of  suggested benefits your lcoal healthcare community is likely to realise (after local validation). 

Getting in touch

Want to find out more about how to access the funding? Contact us: