21st November 2013
Graphnet Health’s CareCentric shared care software has been listed on the government’s G-Cloud 4 framework.
This means that health and social care organisations have the option of buying CareCentric applications running on a cloud infrastructure, with all the potential scalability benefits. It also gives customers the ability to take advantage of accelerated procurement procedures associated with buying through the government-sponsored CloudStore catalogue.
Graphnet CareCentric is an electronic health record and integration engine. It combines information from GP systems, acute hospital operational systems, social care, community and mental health systems and presents this information in a single health care record for each patient. This shared record can be accessed by care providers across a whole health economy, serving populations ranging from 100,000 to 2 million plus.
Graphnet has been listed on the G-Cloud 4 framework in partnership with Softcat, the provider of software licensing, hardware, security and related IT services. The company’s CareCentric electronic health record software is listed under lot 3 - software as a service.
Andy Bratt, managing director of Graphnet, said the company was delighted with the G-Cloud listing. "Our aim is to be as flexible as possible in terms of what we can offer health and social care organisations", he said.