December 5, 2016 – CCube Solutions announces today that it has signed a four year non-exclusive clinical IT framework agreement with QE Procurement to sell its Electronic Document Management (EDM) and eForms software to NHS organisations in the UK.
Both the Government and NHS England have set goals that by 2020 the health service should be paper free at the point of care. A key linchpin to this is that medical records should be digital, interoperable and real-time.
CCube Solutions works extensively in the NHS providing enterprise content management solutions. It has a proven ability to deliver based on two decades of expertise and an established track record of project success in the NHS.
Today, its EDM software is used at 28 trusts and health boards around the country including among others Aintree, Addenbrooke’s, Aneurin Bevan, Milton Keynes, Papworth, St Helens and Sheffield Teaching Hospital.
CCube Solutions also operates at a CCG level and delivered software which St Helens & Knowsley Health Informatics Service use to provide a fully managed and hosted service to process Lloyd George records held in GP surgeries. This then makes them securely available electronically via a web browser.
In October 2016, CCube Solutions also signed an agreement with Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC). This allows CSC to provide CCube’s documents management software to NHS Trusts deploying CSC’s Lorenzo electronic patient record (EPR) system.
The QE Procurement agreement means that CCube Solutions has met the necessary criteria to provide its EDM technology to any organisation buying this type technology and support through this framework.
Vijay Magon, CCube Solutions’ managing director, says, “Going paper free successfully in the NHS will only result from getting key stakeholders fully aligned: management, finance, clinicians and IT. Vendor selection is therefore crucial and our view is that trusts should partner with an EDM supplier whose software is customisable, robust and easy to use. That’s what we provide.”