Capita has been awarded a place on a four-year NHS framework which aims to support the Government’s Personalised Health and Care 2020 strategy.
The NHS London Procurement Partnership (LPP) seeks through the Clinical and Digital Information Systems (CDIS) framework to support health care providers as they implement the National Information Board’s strategy to deliver a ‘paperless 2020’ vision for the NHS.
It will allow organisations to procure, from a suite of products and services, innovative and flexible solutions to be able to receive data from a number of legacy or future systems across the health and social care community. This will provide better efficiency, enhanced patient care and support moves to a single patient record.
Capita has been awarded a place on the two lots of the framework it applied for*, providing services including digitisation and document management, CHKS clinical and patient portals, as well as patient tracking services.
Capita has vast experience of supporting organisations to deliver better healthcare. We look forward to continuing that work through this framework, which will play an important role in helping NHS organisations meet their obligations as set out in the Government’s Personalised Health and Care 2020 strategy.
Neil Griffiths, health sector market director at Capita:
The framework can be accessed by members of LPP which includes NHS trusts, foundation trusts, mental and community health trusts, clinical commissioning groups and other health and social care providers, as well as local authorities and other third sector organisations.
*Capita is one of a number of organisations which have been awarded a place on the framework.