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NHS Scotland has signed a five-year agreement with GS1 UK to help drive the rollout of standards within provider organisations across the country.
NHS Scotland and Microsoft have developed an app and QR code function to streamline contact tracing as Covid restrictions continue to be eased.
The rollout of Advanced’s clinical patient management software forms part of NHS Scotland’s programme to ease A&E pressure during the pandemic.
Through developing its own ‘federated server’ the Scottish government is ultimately hoping to allow interoperability of all contact-tracing apps in the UK.
Scotland and Ireland chose to go their own way, working with software developers NearForm to develop their contact-tracing app – but what’s the difference?
The Protect Scotland app is designed as an “extra tool” to support the manual contact-tracing already in place under NHS Scotland’s Test and Protect system.
The funding will be used to improve internet connectivity and support the deployment of Attend Anywhere, an online virtual clinic.
Whenever there is cause for concern, care home staff use the service to refer residents to dietitians via a digital questionnaire.