Ideagen is pleased to announce it has successfully achieved entry onto a new Clinical and Digital Information Systems framework (CDIS).
The CDIS framework lists providers of electronic patient records, hosting, portals, mobile working and other digital solutions in a central register of organisations providing software and services to the healthcare industry.
As part of CDIS, Ideagen will be able to list its Ideagen Clinical Portal, Ideagen QScan and Ideagen KW software solutions as part of an overriding electronic document management solution.
Paul Jackson, Senior Product Manager of Healthcare Solutions at Ideagen, said: “We are absolutely delighted to achieve our place on the CDIS framework.
“Recognition as an industry leader of quality, clinical and content solutions providers through frameworks such as CDIS really is testament to the strength of our people, products and services.”
Ideagen provides information management software and services to healthcare organisations including over 80% of the NHS. As well as Ideagen Clinical Portal, Ideagen QScan and Ideagen KW it’s suite of software includes quality, clinical and content management products such as Ideagen Q-Pulse, Ideagen PatientFirst, Ideagen OCM and Ideagen EDM.
An operational partnership with Restore, one of the leading providers of document scanning, storage and secure shredding, will offer healthcare organisations an enhanced level of information management.
The CDIS framework will provide mental health NHS trusts, acute NHS trusts, GPs, Clinical Commissioning Groups, social care bodies in Local Government, charitable organisations and private sector healthcare providers with access to a highly flexible suite of software applications, bringing together key clinical and administrative data in one place.
The framework, valued between £800 million and £1.3billion and involving 38 NHS Trusts, will support health care providers as they follow the National Information Board strategy of Digital Health by 2020.
Mr Jackson concluded: “We look forward to continuing to work closely with the healthcare industry and playing an active part in the CDIS framework to help organisations with their Digital Health 2020 requirements.”