Graphnet Health has signed an agreement with electronic document management and messaging provider P





Graphnet have been working with PCTs and Trusts across the UK for over 15 years to provide a single patient record at the point of care by extracting clinical patient information from existing clinical systems across the local health economy and displaying this aggregated information in a single web-based portal. This new agreement with PCTI will enable information from secondary care settings to be securely transferred back into GP systems.

Graphnet Health has signed an agreement with electronic document management and messaging provider PCTI.

Graphnet have been working with PCTs and Trusts across the UK for over 15 years to provide a single patient record at the point of care by extracting clinical patient information from existing clinical systems across the local health economy and displaying this aggregated information in a single web-based portal. This new agreement with PCTI will enable information from secondary care settings to be securely transferred back into GP systems.

PCTI’s Electronic Document Transfer (EDT) solution provides a simple and secure way to deliver electronic documents to GP surgeries and Primary Care organisations. Documents from existing hospital systems are transferred over N3 to Docman EDT enabled GP practices. Once the documents are received by the practice, they can be associated with the patient’s clinical record.

Andy Bratt, Managing Director of Graphnet Health comments: Interoperability is key to the future of Healthcare IT. Graphnet have been working for 15 years to help organisations share clinical information between providers to give clinicians the information they need at the point of care. We are very excited about our partnership with PCTI. With our combined experience in healthcare we have solutions that can deliver huge benefits to the NHS and result in a joined up, seamless health service for patients.