30th October 2013
Graphnet Health today announced CareCentric Mobile, a clinical portal which sits on top of the CareCentric electronic health record, opening it up to authorised users on smartphones and tablets.
Graphnet’s CareCentric software is a market-leading shared care record which combines information from multiple care settings and gives clinicians and carers, regardless of their setting, complete access to data such as medications, electronic test results, care plans, discharge summaries and scanned health and medical records.
It holds over half a billion health and social care documents for 17m patients across 42 NHS organisations.
Using a comprehensive confidentiality and patient consent model, CareCentric Mobile makes this data available to Graphnet’s 30,000 clinical users when they are away from the desktop - whether they are on the move within a hospital or GP practice, at other hospitals, in the community or at home. CareCentric Mobile works with Wi-Fi, mobile networks and off-line.
“We are delighted to be able to increase the breadth of CareCentric’s clinical offering with the launch of CareCentric Mobile,” said Andy Bratt, managing director of Graphnet.
“CareCentric is all about breaking down the barriers between multiple care settings, so clinicians and carers have all the information they need to work together effectively and to provide patients with the best possible care. Having secure mobile access to the clinical record is clearly a key piece in this jigsaw.”
CareCentric Mobile is based on the Rapport Clinical Portal, an electronic health record designed by Shearwater Systems. The company has also been contracted to adapt its Rapport Patient Portal to provide patient access to the shared care record. Both Shearwater products will be badged as CareCentric.
These new products will be shown for the first time at EHI Live at Birmingham’s NEC on 5th-6th November, where Graphnet and Shearwater Systems will be exhibiting on stand C50, and will be deployed in March 2014.
Find out more about CareCentric.