GHP April 2016

ghp April 2016 | 5 Lexacom and Docman Announce new Partnership to Drive ‘paperless National Health Service’ Forward Working closely with Docman the number one supplier of advanced electronic document management software enabling the transfer of care for 40,000,000 patients between 120 NHS Trusts and 6,000 GP Practices. Users will now benefit from a seamless document creation and workflow platform driving greater levels of efficiency and productivity. Through the tightly inte- grated solution, healthcare providers can significantly improve the management of their patients’ care. Dr Andrew Whiteley, Lexacom’s Managing Director commented: “We are delighted to be able to formally announce our key strategic partnership with Docman. This announcement is testament that both companies are dedicated to improving the efficiency and safety of the NHS through the use of technology. Together, we are able to offer a much broader solution to our clients throughout the NHS. The partnership of our two organisations is extremely well timed, as the Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, announced recently the NHS’s paperless aspirations and how technology is critical in achieving these goals.” Ric Thompson, Managing Director, Docman added: “Working with Lexacom will provide our customers with one seamless solution for the creation, man- agement and workflow of patient’s transfer of care between healthcare settings. Docman are committed to interoperability to ensure clinicians get the right information at the right time supporting the NHS Five Year Forward View.” Lexacom, who are based in Banbury, Oxfordshire, have been providing digital dictation solutions to the NHS for almost 20 years. Lexacom 3 and its mobile apps fully integrate with the Docman software and provides the number one solution for healthcare providers. Lexacom, the leading supplier of digital dictation solutions for NHS Primary Care, were delighted to announce in March 2016 a new, exclusive partnership with Docman. This partnership will see the deployment throughout England of a fully integrated document creation, workflow and management system.