Silverlink Software along with their partner iMDsoft has been appointed to the NHS London Procurement Partnership (LPP) Clinical and Digital Systems (CDIS) Framework as providers of a full EPR system built around Silverlink’s PCS PAS.
LPP is a regional partnership of NHS organisations that aims to make the most of its purchasing power to maximise investment in patient care by combining volumes, collaborating on demand management and improving existing deals to secure greater efficiencies.
The LPP comprises a number of individual frameworks covering: Corporate Services; Estates, Facilities & Professional Services; Medical, Surgical & Supply Chain; Pharmacy; and Technology and Consultancy – under which Lot 1 [EPR] of the CDIS framework falls.
“Being listed on the CDIS framework will make it easier and simpler for public sector healthcare providers to adopt Silverlink’s rich and robust PAS system. PCS PAS has been specifically designed to support the development and implementation of incremental, best-of-breed EPRs,” said Managing Director at Silverlink, Tim Quainton.
“Our proven track-record of building effective relationships, and working in collaboration and successfully integrating with third party systems and solutions makes us a reliable long-term partner for Trusts and organisations like iMDsoft,” continued Quainton.
Silverlink’s market leading Capture solutions have also been individually appointed to Lots 4.5 and 4.7 of the CDIS to offer participating organisations more choice of Patient Support Solutions and Innovation.
Regarding the new appointment, Capture Products Manager, Rob Dixon, said: “Silverlink’s Capture solutions are innovative products that were developed in collaboration with clinicians to provide intelligent data collection and care performance monitoring along the stroke care pathway. We are excited that the Capture solutions have been appointed to the CDIS framework so that public health services and trusts will now be able to more easily procure our high quality solutions to streamline their clinical, paper-less workflows.”