Stalis have been awarded a place on the NHS LPP (London Procurement Partnership) Clinical Digital and Information Systems (CDIS) Framework
Stalis have been awarded a place on the NHS LPP (London Procurement Partnership) Clinical Digital and Information Systems (CDIS) Framework, which went live on 8th December 2016.
LPP has established this framework of suitably experienced, capable, qualified and resourced suppliers, for use by NHS providers, clinical commissioning groups, GP federations and other health and social care providers within the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland, as well as local authorities and other third sector organisations.
Members can either call-off from the framework, or re-open competition within it, removing the need for them to conduct full tender exercises or lengthy supplier evaluations each and every time they have a requirement; saving both time and cost associated with laborious procurement exercises.
The established framework is fully compliant with the Public Contracts Regulations Act of 2015; thereby minimising any potential risk exposure.
Stalis services and products are available under 2 Lots;
Lot 3.5 Interoperability & Interfacing
Stalis’ solution for delivering interoperability services is called CareInform, which is based upon and is an extensive development of the established and NHS proven Stalis CareXML® data transformation platform, implemented as part of PAS/EPR projects across many Trusts.
CareInform provides an integrated care record service including an Integrated Care Record built using open data standards such as XDS and includes Open APIs to provide read/write access to the data for accredited systems. CareInform supports third party user interfaces, including portals and mobile apps, as well as population health algorithms.
Lot 4.3 Professional Services
Already recognised across numerous NHS data transformation projects for more than a decade, Stalis’ CareXML® tools provide a fully integrated approach to the challenges of data migration and combine an innovative methodology and software solution that ensures a successful outcome to any data migration project. The solution includes data extraction irrespective of the age of the legacy system through our Source System Adapters, the CareXML Data Quality Manager, the clinical repository for data archiving and the tools for data transfer to the new system(s). All of this represents a low-risk data migration solution that has been tried and tested across many health domains, to deliver migration success without impact on patient safety or a trust’s financial ‘billing’ processes.
Andrew Meiner, managing director at Stalis said;
‘We are pleased to be awarded a place on this framework after a rigorous selection process. Ultimately, healthcare organisations as well as patients, will benefit as this enables another route to market for procuring authorities to access our established and proven CareXML ® toolset and methodologies.
As a premier supplier of data migration services to the NHS, we have an unrivalled track record, that can be backed up with hard evidence, of having performed multiple and complex data migrations with no adverse effect on patient safety or loss of revenues due to poor quality data being migrated to the new system.’’
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