Central and North West London Trust rolls out £1.9m mental health system

Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust is rolling out a new £1.9m mental health and community care system. The JCC Mental Health and Community...

Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust is rolling out a new £1.9m mental health and community care system.

The JCC Mental Health and Community Care system from Ascribe has now been rolled out in Hillingdon and Harrow as part of the first phase of the deployment.

The Ascribe system will also soon be rolled out in Kensington and Chelsea, Westminster and Brent. The system will eventually support all of the Trust's 2,500 plus clinical staff, providing them with a comprehensive patient care system.

The initial value of the deal is £1.9m over five years and includes a fully managed service contract, with the option to extend annually after the initial period.

"In addition to selecting a system that monitors and tracks the care pathways and progress of our client groups, Ascribe will provide the management information that will enable us to fulfil our obligations as a Foundation Trust and improve patient safety," said Edward Matt, director of operations and information at the trust.

Bolton, Salford and Trafford (BST) Mental Health Trust uses a similar Ascribe system.




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