A new Vision for the new NHS

Share data. Work together.

Shared care for localised services

Flexible shared care solutions that have an emphasis on collaboration and communication to break through barriers between service providers.

Multidisciplinary teams

Share patient records across your whole health and care team. Team wide task management, messaging and appointments.

GPs at the heart

Helping GP practices to work closer with a range of health and social care services, all working together to deliver individual care plans for patients.

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Any clinician. Any Patient. Anywhere.

Share patient records and appointment details between GP practices, hospital departments and unscheduled care providers.

Federated and localised services

Use the same system for registered patients and other patient encounters during extended access or care hub appointments. Designed with MCPs and PACS in mind.

Urgent and emergency care

Clinicians working in A&E, NHS111, OOH, ambulances and urgent care centres can view patients’ medical histories and add details of emergency encounters.

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In the spotlight

Incredible interoperability. But don’t just take our word for it.

Vision’s interoperability solutions have been nominated for awards, including the ‘Best use of IT to support integrated care’ at the prestigious 2016 ehi Awards.

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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.
Grant Oliver , RGPA Project Manager

Introduction to Population-Level Healthcare Management

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

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The NHS is changing. Be ready.

Our apps are designed for today’s ways of working and the demands of a modern NHS.

Improving Health

Mobile Working

Interoperate

Audit, intelligence and analysis

Co-ordinating shared care

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