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Person Centred Software is bringing GP information to care homes through a new integration with NHS Digital.

Registered nurses at care homes will now have secure and direct access to information held by GPs following the integration of the digital care management system with GP Connect and National Record Locator (NRL) services.

The integration launch comes just days after the UK Government published its health and social care reform White Paper, which revealed plans for health and social care to become more integrated.

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Several care providers have praised the integration for streamlining processes and boosting efficiency since its launch.

Anita Astle MBE, Managing Director from Wren Hall, said: “The timesaving benefits to our staff are going to be huge, and the system will also improve our knowledge base of the individuals we care for. We’re thrilled to be one of the first care homes in the country to use the integration and we look forward to it becoming part of our everyday lives.”

Co-founder and director of Person Centred Software, Jonathan Papworth, (pictured) added: “We have always strived to make life better for everyone involved in social care which has been achieved through our digital care software. This landmark innovation is a step change towards integration of social care and health care which will improve the information flow as people transition between care settings. This milestone reiterates the need for all social care providers to adopt digital care systems urgently.”

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