iPLATO has announced the launch of expanded NHS App integrations available to GP practices which could help to save the NHS £18 million a year.
The latest roundup features Suffolk and north east Essex maternity services deploying CardMedic and Sunderland Royal Hospital rolling out digital portering.
Customers using iPlato’s patient messaging platform will receive free use of the NHS App messaging service, giving patients an alternative to SMS messaging.
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The myGP app has added another delivery service to its platform, welcoming Pharmacy2U for users looking for repeat prescriptions.
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust’s charity, Head to Toe, has provided funding for a mental health service to trial an exercise app.
Kooth has collaborated with myGP to allow the app to self-refer patients to the its digital mental health platform to improve acess to services.
Huma have purchased iPLATO Healthcare with the aim of bringing remote patient monitoring to the forefront of primary care.
myGP has rolled out its Patient Questionnaires to over 2,400 GP practices in order to help them capture patient information more efficiently.
The app is already available to all patients registered at EMIS Health practices, as well as patients registers at practices using the myGP platform.
From August, women registered with GP services in London will begin to receive text messages encouraging them to book screening appointments.