iPLATO Healthcare has been awarded a contract by The Small Business Research Initiative for Healthcare (SBRI Healthcare) to develop and trial ‘Intelligent Care Navigation’, to improve access to care for patients and help the NHS manage demand for primary care services. The trial will include a small number of practices and take place from June
London-based healthcare company iPlato has been awarded a contract to develop and trial a service designed to improve access to care for patients and manage demand for primary care service on the NHS. The contract was awarded by the Small Business Research Initiative for Healthcare (SBRI Healthcare) and will see iPlato trialling Intelligent Care Navigation
PLATO Healthcare has announced that an additional 6 Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG’s) representing over 1.6 million patients across South West London are to use iPlato and the myGP app. The free patient-facing platform helps speed up access to care by allowing patients to securely book and/or cancel appointments 24/7. Also fully funded by NHS England, the
The app myGP, which has been developed by health technology company iPLATO, allows patients to securely book or cancel appointments. It also enables practices to automate data collection such as smoking status, streamline call and recall, improve adherence and access to medication and support self care through digital care plans.
Patients can now book and cancel GP appointments through a new feature launched on iPlato’s MyGP. iPlato, which is still awaiting full integration with the systems from the principal GP providers, is pushing the new features, which also include a smoking cessation advice, in bid to bump-up patient uptake of online GP services. Chief executive