Three NHS mental health trusts have deployed an electronic patient record from TPP.

Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (CWP), Leicester Partnership NHS Trust (LPT) and Cambridge and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust (CPFT) all rolled out SystmOne Mental Health in the second half of 2020.

The EPR aims to enables secure sharing of data that allows for more comprehensive, consistent and well-informed patient care, TPP said in a statement.

Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust became the first trust in the North West region to procure the system last year.

Dr Amarinder Sandhu, chief clinical information officer at the trust, said: “We are delighted to choose TPP as the preferred supplier for the electronic patient record system, which will deliver a safe, reliable and convenient solution for our patients and clinical staff.

“TPP’s SystmOne EPR was selected by clinicians at the trust for its usability, interoperability and ability to integrate securely with primary care. This will confidently place the trust at the forefront of NHS health informatics enabling us to introduce further innovation for the benefit of patients and staff, including patient accessible health records and electronic prescribing.

“Clinicians will be able to deliver better care for patients with the focus on improving outcomes and delivering the best possible care for our local community.”

LPT went live with SystmOne Mental Health in November while CPFT are midway through rolling out the full module.

With the majority of GP and community services in the Cambridge and Peterborough and Leicester areas already using SystmOne, patients in both areas stand to benefit from more personalised care linked to their EPRs.

Geri Boynova, account manager at TPP, added: “We are pleased to see many trusts are realising the benefits of the functionality that SystmOne can provide for mental health services.

“We look forward to continuing to work with providers as they improve the experiences of clinicians and patients across the UK through more joined-up and personalised care.”