Proud to be a GP IT Futures Compliant Supplier

We’re delighted to announce that Medi2data has been awarded a place on the new NHS GP IT Futures framework, part of the NHS Digital Buying Catalogue, which replaces GP Systems of Choice (GPSoC).

We truly welcome the adoption of this new framework, which closely aligns with our commitment to providing GP practices with our free software solution, eMR.

Richard Freeman, Medi2data CEO and Founder says, “I am so very proud of the Company reaching this significant milestone, as it demonstrates to the market, that our product and services are being delivered to the highest governance and safety standards, whilst delivering incredible benefits to our GP surgery customers. It is also clear that many Government departments and agencies are going to use the GP IT Futures framework, as a key standard when tendering services from accredited suppliers.”

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Key partnership forged between Medi2data and Patients Association in patient-centric digital R&D project

Patient-first collaboration

Medi2data is collaborating with the Patients Association on a new product development project. The partnership enables patients to directly contribute to the development of Medi2data’s future offering, helping shape digital user experiences that meet the specific needs of patients, not just clinicians.

By sharing a patient-centric culture, the Patients Association and Medi2data are working to make sure the acceleration in digital adoption surrounding health and medical information, doesn’t ignore the needs of the end-user – the patient.

Patient groups are road-testing early versions of new Medi2data technologies, providing crucial feedback that helps Medi2data’s team of developers and user experience specialists refine products and services, ensuring they’re fit for purpose.

All of us are better when we work together

Rachel Power, CEO at Patients Association, said, “We are pleased to be working with Medi2data. This work will mean patient involvement feeds into the design, development and testing of a new product making it more accessible and patient-friendly”.

Richard Freeman, Founder and CEO at Medi2data, said, “We can’t create products without understanding patient needs, challenges and frustrations. The support from the Patient Association is invaluable in allowing us access to a wide range of patient feedback, so we can create new and innovative technologies that empower patients and help them access and manage their own medical information. This approach drives forward Medi2data’s raison d’etre, which has always been to co-produce technologies with partners, end-users and customers”.

Medi2data expands its senior team with a technical project manager appointment

Medi2data has bolstered its senior team with the appointment of Emma Gale, who brings over 15 years of professional health informatics experience to the team.

Emma will be responsible for the development and roll out of eMR Health Passport, which will allow patients to securely access and share their electronic GP medical records, patient reports and clinical correspondence with authorised third parties such as higher education institutions,  insurers, solicitors and government agencies.

Built on Medi2data’s flagship eMR software and part- funded by Innovate UK Smart Grant Scheme, this game-changing app will free up time in GP practices across the UK, provide secure and fast access to patient data for authorised third parties and give patients greater control of their medical data.

On her appointment, Emma commented, “I’m delighted to be heading up a project with such potential. The health passport gives the patient ownership of their own medical records including clinical correspondence and diagnostic tests, the possibilities are endless. People with long term conditions will no longer have to repeat their story to several health professionals, individuals will have control over who has access to their data.  This is what we have all been waiting for.“

“Medi2data works closely with the academics at Swansea University, which is where my informatics journey began. Since then I’ve worked around the world – most recently setting up EMR systems in the Falkland Islands and St. Helena – so it’s nice to be back where it all began.”  

Richard Freeman, CEO of Medi2data said, “Emma has a solid background in deploying successful healthcare IT projects and we’re delighted to welcome her on the Medi2data team at this exciting stage of our growth.” 

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