Person Centred Software has launched an innovative integration with Bristol, North Somerset, and South Gloucestershire (BNSSG) local shared care record ‘Connecting Care’.
The leading digital care planning provider is working directly with Connecting Care, a digital shared care record, to enable instant secure access to real-time health and social care records.
The collaboration centres on an innovative interface which automatically transfers residents’ digital hospital pack data via Person Centred Software’s Digital Care System so that it is viewable in Connecting Care.
The aim is to reduce the time spent by professionals checking details from other health and social care organisations – reducing delays to treatment.
Andrew Coles, CEO of Person Centred Software, said: “We have always strived to make life better for everyone involved in social care, which has been made possible through our Digital Care System. By working alongside Connecting Care, we are yet another step closer to our goal of driving joined up care and interoperability across multiple digital systems. This landmark will only continue to improve the information flow and reiterates the need for all social care providers to adopt digital care systems now more than ever.”
Fran Draper, senior project manager at Connecting Care, added: “Our interoperability program combines agreed electronic data which is collected through various systems and organisations across the region – currently covering around one million people! This allows a role-based view of information to appropriately authorised care professionals, in a seamless and easy-to-use format.”