Latest news and views from the PRSB Standards Partnership Scheme

Nicola Cranfield, Clinical Solutions Lead and CSO at IMS MAXIMS, explains why other system suppliers should follow their example and become conformant against the PRSB’s e-Discharge Summary standard to improve sharing of information at discharge and enable continuity of care.  Within IMS MAXIMS, we understand

Data integration plays a pivotal role in ensuring that people receive holistic and effective care. The Access Group, a supplier of software solutions for health and care and local government organisations in the UK, is looking forward to working with us to help provide and

Dedalus, a global healthcare and diagnostic software supplier, understands that digital transformation and collaboration are one of the most critical enablers for improving the speed and efficiency of healthcare services – and this is why they’ve joined the PRSB as a Partner. This milestone marks

PRSB is glad to announce that MED e-care, a care technology company specialising in eMAR (electronic medication administration record system) and care planning solutions, has joined the PRSB  Standards Partnership Scheme. MED e-care is focused on integration with other care technologies, such as Nourish, Person

A cohesive and effortless flow of information across health and social care is key to achieving integrated care and sits at the heart of the PRSB’s mission. Our new partner – Open Medical – shares the same aim and their digital solution, Pathpoint, helps digitise

CareLineLive, a supplier of a cloud-based all-in-one homecare management software, has joined us as a Partner as they are looking to accelerate interoperability to empower health and care professionals in providing personalised care. The team at CareLineLive see the scheme as pivotal in the adoption

We are delighted that another system supplier has been awarded the Quality Mark against the PRSB’s About Me Standard – congratulations to Care Vision for achieving this milestone. Care Vision is a cloud-based care management system for care providers. The organisation understands that standards conformance

Better, a supplier of an open data digital health platform for electronic health records, has joined us as a partner to utilise PRSB’s expertise and conformance process to review, validate and improve its compliance with information standards. Better explains that it has more than 30

We are pleased to announce that Graphnet Health, a supplier of a shared care record solution, CareCentric, has now been recognised as a PRSB Conformant Partner, against our About Me Standard. The standard helps people to share information that supports more person-centred care with health

Waracle, a digital product development company that defines, designs and develops mobile, web and emerging tech applications, has joined the PRSB’s Standards Partnership Scheme. Their mission is to co-create digital products that improve people’s experiences by transforming the services that they use to manage their

An international supplier of medical speech and natural language processing technology, T-Pro, shares the same mission as the PRSB around helping recognise the value of consistent, high-quality information, which is why they decided to join our Standards Partnership Scheme. T-Pro’s technology aims to reduce the

We are delighted to see that our Standards Partnership Scheme is growing in strength with the arrival of new partners with technologies improving the delivery and provision of care. Fusion eCare Solutions, a software supplier with over 20 years’ experience in the care sector, has

We are pleased to welcome WoundMatrix, a supplier of a wound image capture, measurement and assessment software, as our new partner. The company has designed its platform in accordance with the National Wound Care Strategy Programme’s guidelines and standards for digital wound assessment platforms, working

We are delighted to announce that IBM, a leading global hybrid cloud, AI and consulting provider, has joined the PRSB as a partner. IBM partners with health and care providers and system suppliers to improve how care is delivered to people by using data and

The Care Database, an all-in-one care management platform specialising in the children’s respite and hospice sectors, is now a PRSB partner. With over 25 years of solution expertise, The Care Database helps the community of care experts provide physical, emotional, social, and spiritual support to

We are delighted to see that more system suppliers are recognising the importance of information standards in enabling more effective, person-centred care, by joining our Standards Partnership Scheme. Cura Systems, which provides a digital system for services that care for people with complex needs, is

One of the biggest risks health and care professionals face is providing continuity of care when people move from one care setting to another, and that is why sharing relevant information is fundamental to safe, effective, high-quality care. Good handover information can help reduce time

FDB (First Databank) announced today that it has partnered with the PRSB (Professional Record Standards Body) as part of its Standards Partnership Scheme. As a PRSB partner, FDB is keen to contribute its expertise and insight on digital prescribing, decision support and medicines optimisation to

We are pleased to see a growing number of social care system suppliers seeing the benefits of accelerating the adoption of information standards and joining our Standards Partnership Scheme. Ernie Digital, a supplier of a fully integrated care planning software, is the latest company to

A guest blog by Ben Wilson, Product Solution Director at Orion Health. The NHS defines population health as ‘an approach aimed at improving the physical and mental health outcomes and wellbeing of people, whilst reducing health inequalities within and across a defined population.’ While we

ECCO Solutions, an award-winning system for management, delivery, reporting and auditing of care, has become the latest PRSB partner.   Accelerating the adoption of information standards across the care system is key to its mission. Accurate data can save lives, transforming care through the clarity that

Health and care system suppliers and organisations should now start preparing to implement the Personalised Care and Support Plan Standard to stay ahead of the mandated implementation deadline that takes effect in 2024.  The Personalised Care and Support Plan Standard ensures that details of someone’s care are consistently shared with

Carematch, a technology-led service supplier for people who need care in their own home, is the latest company to join the PRSB’s Standards Partnership Scheme.  CareMatch was founded in 2015 with a successful series of pilots with local authorities, which identified if using self-employed carers

Ensuring e-discharge summaries share the right information to provide safe and continuous care is vital, especially in these pressured times. IMS MAXIMS, a major supplier of healthcare systems, has achieved PRSB’s Quality Mark for conformance against the eDischarge Summary Standard, signalling their commitment to advancing

Today’s health and care is a team effort. Ensuring any member of a person’s care team can access the latest information about them is vital to providing joined-up care. PRSB’s Core Information Standard defines all the relevant information that should be shared for care in

Log my Care has been recognised as a Quality Partner by PRSB. The platform for care management has also achieved conformance against the About Me standard, which is key to helping care staff deliver person-centred care and reflecting people’s needs and wishes. With an aim

The way we share and store our health and care information can directly impact the delivery of care plans and their outcomes. Standards are critical; ensuring information is recorded consistently and can be accessed by relevant professionals in the right place, at the right time. 

Although electronic patient records are essential to improving joined-up care, documentation can be a burden to hard-pressed health and care professionals. Marrying the AI-powered speech recognition of Healthcare AI technology pioneer, Nuance, and PRSB’s Standards Partnership Scheme is the kind of smart problem-solving that could

Epic becomes a PRSB partner

Electronic health records supplier, Epic, is the latest organisation to join the PRSB Standards Partnership Scheme. Epic develops software to help people get well, help people stay well, and help future generations be healthier. More than 300 million patients have a current record in Epic.

One of the UK’s primary suppliers of health software solutions, EMIS, has now become a PRSB partner. Operating for more than 35 years, the products offered by EMIS are developed with a strong clinical focus to support and deliver connected healthcare, and EMIS Web is

People will benefit from better joined up care as the PRSB standard allows Orion Health and its early adopter sites to share information for care when and where it is needed Orion Health already achieved conformance against the ‘About Me’ standard, that helps personalise care

Autumna, an organisation focused on providing independent and impartial elderly care advice, has become the latest organisation to join the PRSB’s Standards Partnership Scheme. Launched in 2019, Autumna is now one of the most detailed online directories of elder care providers and retirement living developments

The System C & Graphnet Care Alliance has joined the Professional Record Standards Body’s (PRSB) Standards Partnership Scheme. The Alliance brings together five of the UK’s most innovative and experienced health and care IT providers to create integrated solutions for the health and social care

EDM Healthcare Consulting has become the latest organisation to join the PRSB Standards Partnership Scheme. Launched in 2018, EDM Healthcare Consulting provides consultancy solutions that highlight the importance of integrating valuable information captured in paper records with Electronic Patient Records (EPRs) and other record management

Inselcare, the company behind an innovative nursing home management system, has become the latest organisation to join PRSB’s Standards Partnership Scheme. Inselcare developed the technology platform with the mission to help nursing home staff manage and monitor care, from point of care to medication to

TPP, one of the world’s leading suppliers of healthcare technology, today announces it has updated its core product, SystmOne, to enable implementation of the PRSB’s About Me standard. The ‘About Me’ standard captures information that is important to a person and that they want to

The organisation behind one of the most advanced AI symptom checkers in the world, Healthily, has become the latest organisation to become a PRSB partner. With a mission to help a billion people take control of their health through self-care, Healthily was founded seven years

Sermaurei, a developer of software which uses automatic speech recognition, natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning to produce accurate and transparent audio clinical records, is the latest organisation to become a PRSB partner. Founded in 2016 by dentist and entrepreneur, Kehinde Gbolade, Sermaurei specialises

With the ambition to improve clinical access and empower patients, joining the Standards Partnership Scheme was a natural step for TPP. Rix Research and Media also joined the Scheme this month, with the aim of enabling person-centred care for people with learning disabilities. TPP is

The About Me standard was the focus of March’s partner event and the session focused on why the standard is important, how it can make a tangible impact on health and care and the challenges suppliers might encounter when implementing it. PRSB’s Clinical Director, Dr

The PRSB is delighted to welcome RIX Research and Media, a technology firm specialising in helping people with intellectual disabilities, as the latest organisation to become a PRSB Standards Partner and join in our mission to accelerate the adoption and meaningful use of standards. RIX

PRSB welcomes clinical software supplier, TPP, to its Standards Partnership Scheme, as the latest organisation to commit to improving information sharing for health and care through adoption of standards. For TPP, partnering with PRSB as an authority on standards for digital information sharing in health

Graphnet, a key supplier of shared care records and population health solutions for Integrated Care Systems, has this month joined the Professional Record Standards Body’s (PRSB) Standards Partnership Scheme. The Standards Partnership Scheme connects the PRSB with digital system software suppliers to support them to

The PRSB are delighted to announce VCare Systems as the latest organisation to join in our mission to accelerate the adoption and meaningful use of standards, by enrolling in our Standards Partnership Scheme. With a vision to connect disparate healthcare systems through the power of

2021 saw the introduction of PRSB’s new Standards Partnership Scheme, which recognises the good work of software suppliers that integrate standards into their digital products and supports interoperability as an enabler of integrated care. Throughout the year, PRSB has delivered several Partner-exclusive masterclasses and given

Nuno Almeida, Founder of Nourish Care, talks to PRSB about the benefits of becoming a Quality Partner. The wider context – quality of care in a world composed of many care provider systems Having the right digital infrastructure allows each person and their family to

PRSB’s fourth partner event centred around our Personalised Care and Support Plan (PCSP) standard and we were pleased to welcome a range of partner representatives and Advisory Board members to the discussion.  We discussed the standard’s importance to furthering personalised care, the content of the

The views expressed in this blog are the author’s own and do not represent the views of the PRSB. Medicinal product or molecule? – The challenge for medicines interoperability Summary For medicines interoperability to work across our healthcare system, standards are essential. But complying with

Despite summer holidays being in full flow, we have had a number of conversations with digital software suppliers who will be joining the scheme in the next few weeks. We are pleased to report that digital care management system supplier Person Centred Software have graduated

Our Standards Partnership Scheme officially launched this month, after a successful pilot.

A citizen’s journey across the health and social care system is made up of a multitude of intricate steps and interactions, with a wealth of data to understand and interpret. The focus of a citizen’s health has often been about illness versus wellness. Considering this

In the middle of June we welcomed our Partners to the second in our series of workshops. The lunchtime event provided an overview of the current national perspective on shared care records from John Farenden, Senior Lead for Shared Care Records at NHS England and

The Partner Scheme is moving along at pace, and we are excited to welcome EIDO Healthcare, EveryLIFE Technologies, Kinseed and Person Centred Software onboard this month. Josh Knight, Kinseed’s Chief Commercial Officer, said of their partnership status with PRSB: “Our membership of the Partnership Scheme

Nourish Care, which provides smart management technology for health and social care, has successfully demonstrated conformance with our standard for Digital Care and Support Planning, working towards a more joined-up care system. Some of the suppliers who have recently become partners include Cerner, Interneuron, Healthcare

The Professional Record Standards Body (PRSB) has launched the Standards Partnership Scheme to visibly recognise and support vendors across the UK that are implementing professionally endorsed record standards to improve and integrate care through interoperability.   The scheme, which is supported by NHS and social care

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