Some PCNs are wanting practices to use one primary care software system, others are realising that may be the wrong approach.
You know the problem. You’ve asked all your practices to file reports but, despite having a template, they all manage to put the codes down slightly differently and create hours of work.
If you are a CCG trying to harmonise the reporting of your practices and think a digital solution isn’t possible because your surgeries are using different software systems, Vision has the answer.
For a decade the GP market for information technology in England has been dominated by a few suppliers – the new contract aims to change this position.
At Vision, we welcome the move by NHS England to replace the GP Systems of Choice (GPSoC) buying framework with GP IT Futures, and we are prepared to deliver.
Discovering a product has an application for a sector you never knew existed creates a frisson of excitement when your job is business development.
I am currently selling Vision Community patient record systems into primary care but I never thought it would be useful for the pharmaceutical sector until we were approached by Wren Healthcare.
Vision gets asked to sponsor lots of events, but we’re picky. It is important to us that we move the primary healthcare agenda on and provide practical support and help the NHS to improve. That’s why we’ve decided to exhibit at the Towards Population Health Systems: What Next? at the King’s Fund on April 30th.
The move toward population health management is reinforced by commitments set out in the NHS long-term plan, but how should health systems respond?
Russell Blackmore, Commercial Director of Vision, explains why Vision’s first secondary care customer demonstrates the company’s commitment to innovation.
Getting new customers is always exciting but helping University Hospital Southampton (UHS) NHS Foundation Trust replace its old Map of Medicine pathway tool with Vision’s Outcomes Manager is also a landmark first step for Vision into the secondary care sector.
The reclassification of Pregabalin and Gabapentin is just around the corner. Following a public consultation and advice from the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs, these gabapentinoids are to be reclassified following concerns over misuse.
In England, the national rollout of controlled drugs (CDs) in EPS started today for TPP SystmOne GP practices and will commence on Tuesday 5 March for GP practices using Vision.
Data lakes are being sold as the solution to delivering population health programmes but if you are a GP the best starting place might be your own data pool.
Every GP practice in the country is sitting on a pool of data that they have inputted, understand and trust. For a GP that might be a better starting point on their population health journey than a data lake. For professionals who are understandably cautious, a practice’s own data has the advantage of being populated with real-time information, from known contributors, with the ability to verify accuracy and completeness immediately.