In this content:
- Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust and their needs;
- The big challenge in this project.
02.The benefits of the project.
- For the hospital;
- For Oxford’s patients.
03.Going further by partnering with Enovacom.
- Fast deployment times;
- Why did Oxford choose to work with Enovacom?
04.Next steps for Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust’s digital maturity.
- Trust-level clinical portal and shared care record;
- A ‘game-changer’ for medicines optimisation.
Historically, interoperability has been an expensive and complicated challenge for the NHS to solve. The Five Year Forward View and its subsequent digital strategy, Personalised Health and Care 2020 set the vision for fully interoperable patient records, but Health Secretary Matt Hancock’s Tech Vision and the NHS Long Term Plan has propelled interoperability up the healthcare agenda.
In this case study, discover how Oxford Health NHS foundation Trust, a forward-thinking Global Digital Exemplar, embarked on a high-impact interoperability roadmap with international integration provider Enovacom that empowers NHS staff to create in-house interfaces with potential to deliver significant benefits across the health service.
The two organisations have ambitious plans to help transform healthcare on a global scale. As a Global Digital Exemplar the trust appointed Enovacom as its international partner supporting healthcare organisations across the world with learnings and best practice from their interoperability successes.