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Population-level healthcare management


Automated daily data feeds from every GP practice in your area. All major GP IT systems are supported.


Cloud-based interactive reporting dashboards provide detailed information about any aspect of healthcare service provision.

Use it for good

Deploy clinical pathways and standard data entry templates to your GP practices, encouraging behavioural change and standardised care.


Avoid preventable diseases

80% of heart disease, stroke and type 2 Diabetes, and 40% of cancer cases are avoidable.

Case finding

Identify patients at risk of cancer and other chronic diseases.

Implement care plans

Deploy clinical pathways that include simple data entry templates and educational material to all GP practices.

Care reminders

Alert GPs when they are in consultation with at-risk patients and guide them through local care plans.


Patient engagement

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Let patients book appointments, request prescriptions and view aspects of their medical records at any time, anywhere, whether they are at home, at work or on holiday.

Save time

Every appointment booked and prescription requested online is one less for practice staff to process manually.

Reduce DNAs

Dynamic text messaging allows patients to interact from their phone. Send appointment reminders and your patients can quickly reply to cancel.


Better care. Better QOF.

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How does it work?

We analyse your records and find patients with missing diagnostic Read codes. We can add the codes for you or provide the information so you can add the codes yourself.

Appropriate care

Patients are more likely to receive appropriate care if they have the correct diagnostic codes on their records, and you will increase your practice income.

Proven success

To date we have corrected 47,000 patient records and found more than £2.2 million of missed income. On average that’s £6,750 extra revenue every year per practice.

We investigated a number of solutions to the interoperability problem and decided that the Vision offer was the only one that would give us ‘read and write’ capability between two clinical systems.
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Introduction to Population-Level Healthcare Management

Everything you need to know to get started with population-level healthcare management.

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