System C announces acquisition of Oxford Computer Consultants
System C has acquired Oxford Computer Consultants (OCC), a British IT business specialising in integrated contracts and finance solutions for social care.
System C and Graphnet Care Alliance joins PRSB scheme
The System C & Graphnet Care Alliance is the latest healthcare organisation to commit to PRSB’s Standards Partnership Scheme to improve interoperability.
Pilot to use tech to identify those who could benefit from social care
Residents across Merseyside will be taking part in a social care support pilot to help offers support to those who need it before they hit crisis point.
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Liquidlogic integrates with the MIG Liquidlogic says it has become the first social care IT system to gain accreditation to connect to the Medical Interoperability Gateway. The supplier says the accreditation will allow its social care customers to access GP records through the MIG, improving care through better information sharing. The MIG, provided by Healthcare […]
Symphony buys McKesson UK health ops
Private equity firm Symphony Technology Group is to acquire most of the European healthcare software business of McKesson Corporation; but not the NHS Electronic Staff Record.
McKesson UK to be sold before New Year
McKesson’s sale of McKesson UK, including the business it acquired with System C and Liquidlogic, is due to be finalised by the end of the year.
McKesson UK put up for sale
McKesson has announced its intention to sell McKesson UK, including subsidiaries System C and Liquidlogic.
Barnsley Council hooks into PDS
Barnsley Council and Liquidlogic, a McKesson company, have achieved integration of NHS and social care records using the Personal Demographics Service.
Munro review calls for new ICT systems
A new ICT system is needed to change the way that social workers work and improve child protection services, according to a report out today.
Quarter of councils using LiquidLogic
Liquidlogic has announced that 25% of local authorities in England are now using its IT solutions for children’s services.