Circle, the pioneering employee-co-owned partnership, has implemented psHEALTH’s mobile outcomes tracking solution following the company’s recent appointment by the Bedfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group as prime contractor for its integrated musculoskeletal service valued at ca £120 million over five years. The CCG selected Circle to consolidate 20 separate contracts into a single service to deliver better health outcomes and better value to the commissioning group.
“We strive to continuously improve the quality of the care and improve patient outcomes,” said Andrew Davies, Head of IT at Circle Partnership. “There are many providers of mobile and tablet solutions, but we wanted an IT partner that could not only provide flexible and secure technology, but that shares our vision of improving service delivery and collecting robust outcome measures. That is why we selected psHEALTH.”
psHEALTH, the UK’s leading software company for delivery of health and care in the home, specialises in solutions that help providers deliver better and safer care, improve operational visibility and help document health outcomes. “We are delighted to have been selected by Circle and look forward to a long-term partnership. Outcome-based commissioning is becoming the norm and our job is to help providers better document the value of their services,” said Mindy Daeschner, Director & Co-Founder of psHEALTH. “With psMOBILE, we are combining simple and secure apps for nurses and care workers with a fully configurable web portal that can easily integrate with existing scheduling/rostering and clinical systems. Core to our strategy is to help our customers join up systems and leverage existing investments in IT and software.”
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