Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin Built-in Care System (ICS) has awarded Graphnet Well being a contract to hitch up well being and care providers throughout the county.
Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin STP [sustainability and transformation partnership] turned an Built-in Care System (ICS) in April 2021 with the intention to supply extra joined up care.
Well being and care professionals in neighbouring Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent are already utilizing the Graphnet resolution to energy the area’s shared care file – identified regionally as One Well being and Care.
The shared care file will likely be prolonged to incorporate the organisations and populations of the Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin ICS. This implies One Well being and Care will assist 1.6 million residents when the extension is full.
Because of this, well being and care professionals could have safe entry to a complete and up-to-date file for the people of their care.
It’s hoped the shared file will enhance resolution making and scale back duplication. The intention can also be to stop people being requested for data repeatedly and guaranteeing that their care preferences are shared and understood by all these caring for them.
Brian Waters, CEO of Graphnet, stated: “We’re more than happy to be partnering with Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin with its ICS growth plan. Our shared care file options are aligned with the central intention of built-in care techniques to ship higher coordinated providers and improved inhabitants well being.
“We’re excited to be supporting the area to interrupt down boundaries between organisations and to assist enhance look after native residents.”