List X – FAQ’s

What is a List X Facility Security Clearance?

List X Facility Security Clearance is intended to safeguard UK classified material held by Industry, in support of a Government contract. A List X security clearance allows contractors to securely store, process and manufacture material designated SECRET (foreign CONFIDENTIAL) or above on their own premises rather than a government facility. The regulations for this arrangement are set out in the HMG Security Policy Framework, published by the Cabinet Office.

How does my company obtain a List X Facility Security Clearance?

List X is not available on request, it has to be sponsored by a contracting authority, such as the Ministry of Defence or a prime contractor.

A List X clearance is needed where:

  • A contract at SECRET (foreign CONFIDENTIAL) or above is to be awarded.
  • There is a requirement either for the work to be done on the contractor’s premises or for protectively marked information to be held on site.

Who carries out the assurance of List X status?

Premises which necessitate a List X clearance will undertake a facility security clearance process completed by the Defence Equipment and Support Principal Security Advisor (DE&S PSyA) Team.

Does my company need to obtain List X before I can bid for a MOD tender?

No. A List X clearance is not a pre-requisite for bidding for MOD contracts, other than in exceptional circumstances.

The List X process is completed once a contract has been agreed or where it is clear that a contract will be awarded.

What happens if I require access to confidential information throughout the bidding process and I do not have List X clearance?

Arrangements can be made for bidders who do not hold a List X clearance to obtain a provisional clearance if this is required.

How long is the List X clearance valid for?

List X status is granted for the duration of the contract.

Once the contractual requirement to hold SECRET material has lapsed, the clearance is deemed inactive, however it can be reactivated providing this is completed within a year and there have been no material changes to company structure or physical infrastructure.

Who do I contact for more information regarding obtaining a List X Security clearance?

Defence Equipment and Support Principal Security Advisor (DE&S PSyA) Team

Email: despsya-securityadvicecentre@mod.gov.uk

Telephone: 03067934378

Relevant sites

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/defence-equipment-and-support-principal-security-advisor

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/security-requirements-for-list-x-contractors

Prompt Payment Policy

Government has a longstanding commitment to improve payment practices across the public and private sector. To support this commitment, a new Prompt Payment policy has been introduced which will use prompt payment performance as part of the supplier selection process, with effect from 1 September 2019.

Every year, thousands of businesses experience severe administrative and financial burdens as they are not paid on time. Late payment is a key issue for business, especially smaller businesses, as it can adversely affect their cash flow and jeopardise their ability to trade.

The Prompt Payment policy means that bidders for government contracts (including defence) will be required to provide evidence about their payment performance, including the percentage of invoices paid within 60 days across both their private and public sector business. Suppliers who are unable to demonstrate that they have effective systems in place that ensure a fair and responsible approach to payment of their supply chain may be excluded from bidding.

The Cabinet Office has now published detailed guidance PPN 04/19 on how payment performance will be taken into account in the procurement of major government contracts and you may need to take action to mitigate the risk of being excluded from bidding for government work.

Key points to note are as follows:

  • This policy will be implemented in government contracts with expected revenues above £5m per annum.
  • Although guidance PPN 04/19 applies to the Public Contracts Regulations (PCR) 2015, the MOD has adopted a similar approach to procurements conducted under the Defence and Security Public Contracts Regulations (DSPCR) 2011.
  • A phased approach to implementation will be adopted. Suppliers will not be excluded from bidding provided they meet 75% (of invoices paid within 60 days) in one of their previous two reports and submit an acceptable action plan for improvement to the contracting authority with their bid.
    The action plan will need to follow the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM) format and meet five key criteria:

    • Identification of the primary causes of failure to pay
    • Actions to address each of these causes
    • Commitment to regular reporting on progress to your Audit Committee Plan signed off by a director
    • Plan published on company website (this can be a shorter summary plan)
  • The 75% threshold will be raised over time, and any changes will be fully communicated in advance.
  • Bidders can remove inter-company payments from their calculations, which can skew the headline figure on the published data.
  • Large companies should already be reporting payment performance every six months in accordance with the Reporting on Payment Practices and Performance Regulations 2017, and all relevant legal entities should be reporting this data via BEIS – https://check-payment-practices.service.gov.uk.

Suppliers are advised to:

This does not preclude the MOD’s standard contract condition (DEFCON 534) requiring suppliers to pay undisputed invoices within 30 days, which will take precedence. This condition also seeks to ensure prompt payment throughout the supply chain by requiring an equivalent condition to ensure that subcontractors also pay within 30 days.

Interested in working with the Defence Infrastructure Organisation?

Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) manages the defence estate in the UK and abroad. We will be tendering £5 billion worth of contracts in the next few years. We will be tendering hard and soft facilities management services, construction, professional services and utilities.

We would like to hear from suppliers that do not currently have contracts with DIO, but would be interested in doing business with us.

Our Supplier Management team will be contacting a sample of suppliers who complete the form. We would like to know how we can support those companies who are interested in our business.

This is part of delivering our strategic objectives to:

  • be easier to do business with
  • engage meaningfully with our suppliers;
  • and have a broader and more diverse supplier base.

Please fill out this short Expression of Interest form.

 

Defence Infrastructure Organisation priorities

SME Business Growth and Support Workshops – Boston, Durham, Norwich and Taunton

NEW The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy is holding a series of workshops for SMEs on issues related to business growth and success. The events will allow businesses to set out their priorities on a range of businesses issues, including Brexit. Officials from across government will also be sharing information on operational areas that are expected to change when the UK leaves the EU and the preparations businesses need to make on areas including importing, exporting & transporting and employing EU citizens.

Future Defence ECM, Data Room

Defence Equipment & Support are launching an Award Data Room to provide updates on the plans to deliver the Future Defence Electronic Counter Measure (ECM) capability. The aim of Force Protection (FP) ECM is to ensure that UK service personnel are protected from the threat posed by explosive ordnance initiated using the Electromagnetic Environment (EME) as a command mechanism.

The FP ECM Delivery Team (DT) have previously hosted two Industry Day’s providing updates to the Cat A project and progress towards the Land CEMA Architecture (LCA). The data room will be used to provide all future updates and information and is subject to contract. Access can be requested using the following link https://award.bravosolution.co.uk/fecm/web/project/103/register.

The Force Protection Electronic Countermeasures (FPECM) Delivery Team (DT) is part of Defence Equipment and Support (DE&S). The DT are primarily responsible for delivering life-saving ECM capabilities to multiple front-line commands. The future Defence ECM capability project is currently in the Concept phase.

This is a Cat A requirement with anticipated work for a wide range of industry participants including SMEs.

To answer questionnaires to assist with sculpting the requirement, to find more information on the requirement and to receive updates;
Please request access to the teams Award Data Room, using the following link:

https://award.bravosolution.co.uk/fecm/web/project/103/register.

Organisations that could contribute to the key technology areas, include but are not limited to antennas, amplifiers, filters, radio frequency front ends, processors, network capabilities, power, mass data analytics and software development, Along with organisations that can contribute to the integration of complex systems or the development of novel countermeasure techniques are encouraged to register.

Programme CORTISONE – Notice of Request for Information Relating to a draft Statement of Requirement for Document Management, Workflow & Task Management, and e-Forms

Programme CORTISONE – Notice of Request for Information Relating to a draft Statement of Requirement for Document Management, Workflow & Task Management, and e-Forms is now available through the CORTISONE Supplier Portal

This announcement invites interested suppliers to view the draft Statement of Requirement for Document Management, Workflow & Task Management, and e-Forms for the CORTISONE Programme within the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD) on the CORTISONE Supplier Portal.

Following on from a series of Discovery Days (July to November 2018, continuing with Discovery Day 6 in June 2019) and the CORTISONE Industry Day (28 January 2019 at techUK in London), the CORTISONE Programme is issuing a Request for Information (RFI). This RFI invites interested suppliers to read and provide feedback on the draft Statement of Requirement for the Programme’s planned procurement of Document Management, Workflow & Task Management, and e-Forms. The CORTISONE team intends to provide further details of the procurement itself later in 2019. The Programme team’s preference is to procure the Document Management, Workflow & Task Management, and e-Forms through a suitable framework where one exists.

Overview of the CORTISONE Document Management, Workflow & Task Management, and e-Forms

The Statement of Requirement released as part of this RFI covers the CORTISONE Document Management, Workflow & Task Management, and e-Forms:

Document Management. The Document Management System will provide high-volume long-term storage and management capabilities for all non-DICOM CORTISONE content. It is also expected to provide advanced document capture, version control, retention/disposal, search and flexible access control capabilities; and to be capable of managing records of content stored in non-digital form, or in another digital store. This should also include a Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA). The VNA will provide vendor-independent storage and management for DICOM standard medical images. This will be directly accessible by the legacy and future CORTISONE PACS/RIS (and other native DICOM systems) and will sit alongside, and be integrated with, the Document Management System. A Zero Footprint Viewer will also be required, to provide a high level of DICOM image display functionality from within a browser.

Workflow & Task Management. A workflow & task management capability is required across the CORTISONE ecosystem, providing for the configuration, performance and monitoring of defined sequences of tasks. The workflow functionality may be delivered by the same product as the Document Management or as a separate, suitably integrated, product.

e-Forms. e-Forms capability is required across the CORTISONE ecosystem, for example it may be used to fill functionality gaps in clinical systems (e.g. Defence specific occupational health requirements). In addition, e-Forms may be used to support the capture of patient information in the Deployed environment.

How do I get access to the information?

The CORTISONE team intends to make the RFI and draft Statement of Requirement available through the CORTISONE Supplier Portal, a new online workspace that will enable the Programme to share information with suppliers of relevant products and services in pre-procurement market engagement.

New suppliers are invited to request access to the CORTISONE Supplier Portal by nominating up to two representatives from their company to be granted membership.

The representatives should provide the following information to ISSDev-ASDT-EngageCORTISONE-Gp@mod.gov.uk:

  • Full name of company;
  • Full name(s) of representative(s);
  • Role(s) of the representative(s) within the company;
  • Company email address(es) of representative(s). This email will be associated with their membership of the portal.

Invitations will be sent to the nominated email addresses with a link providing access to the CORTISONE Supplier Portal, along with instructions for finding and responding to the RFI and draft Statement of Requirement.

Please note that completed RFI questionnaires should be returned to the CORTISONE Team by email to ISSDev-ASDT-EngageCORTISONE-Gp@mod.gov.uk no later than 10:00 BST on 27 June 19.

CORTISONE Supplier Portal

The CORTISONE Supplier Portal is a new online workspace that enables the CORTISONE Programme to share information with suppliers of relevant products and services in pre-procurement market engagement. This may include draft Statements of Requirements for different products and services that CORTISONE intends to procure as well as draft design artefacts that provide useful technical details for suppliers interested in the Programme. The portal also provides information about the context and status of the CORTISONE Programme in the CORTISONE Overview pages.

Significant additions to the content published on the CORTISONE Supplier Portal will be announced on Defence Contracts Online first. Suppliers will be given the opportunity to request access to the CORTISONE Supplier Portal on a rolling basis. Any queries about access to the CORTISONE Supplier Portal should be directed to ISSDev-ASDT-EngageCORTISONE-Gp@mod.gov.uk.

Responding to this announcement is voluntary and does not start the official procurement process for the CORTISONE requirement. Participation in the CORTISONE Supplier Portal does not guarantee, or jeopardise, your inclusion in a future procurement exercise. It should be noted that all information released in relation to the CORTISONE Supplier Portal is released on a without commitment basis, is subject to change and may not form part of any future procurement process.

No down-selection will take place as a consequence of any responses or interactions relating to the CORTISONE Supplier Portal unless stated otherwise. Additionally, no information provided in response to this announcement or in relation to the CORTISONE Supplier Portal will be used in any way for the purpose of evaluating suppliers or their products in any future procurement process.

What is Programme CORTISONE?

The aim of Programme CORTISONE is to deliver an integrated ecosystem of medical information services to the Defence Medical Services (DMS). Its vision is to deliver ‘a sustainable, integrated, cohesive and enduring information capability that will fully and effectively support the delivery of evidence-based medical and dental health and healthcare outputs, to achieve the Aim of the Defence Medical Services’ – which is to Promote, Protect and Restore the health of the Defence population in order to maximise their fitness for role, while maintaining an occupational focus and an operational edge.

A multi-million-pound programme, with global reach and operations equivalent in size to two large CCGs (Clinical Commissioning Groups) and a Community Trust, CORTISONE looks to procure a full suite of healthcare software from multiple healthcare product/service suppliers, together with develop and deliver services. It is anticipated that elements of the ecosystem will be re-competed on a regular basis to ensure the best solutions are being delivered to users, giving an ongoing opportunity for market players to get involved with the ecosystem on a long-term basis.

The MOD is looking for a range of companies to engage with the programme, delivering a full suite of healthcare software to meet use-cases and patient-journey-defined functional requirements. With the modular nature of the procurement allowing innovation, all suppliers are encouraged to take a leading role in delivery of functionality.

The CORTISONE programme has been engaging with suppliers through Industry Days on 17 May 2018 and 28 January 2019 and through a series of Discovery Days, where it has invited potential suppliers to present information on services and demonstrate products to relevant technical and business staff from the CORTISONE programme.  Previous Discovery Days have addressed:

  • Primary Medical Care (Discovery Day 1, 30 July 2018)
  • Dental Healthcare (Discovery Day 2, 31 July 2018)
  • Integration Platform (Discovery Day 3, 1 and 2 October 2018)
  • Enterprise Master Patient Index (Discovery Day 4, 23 and 24 October 2018)
  • Document Management (Discovery Day 5, 12 and 13 November 2018)

A further Discovery Day will be held in June 2019 and will address Document Management, Workflow & Task Management, and e-Forms. This Discovery Day is designed to evaluate a set of updated requirements for the CORTISONE Document Management System that resulted from the input received during Discovery Day 5. Details on the technical basis for Discovery Day 6 can be found on the Defence Contracts Online announcements.

CORTISONE is also looking to the future and will exploit innovation to align with NHS strategy, virtualise healthcare and integrate with services across the healthcare sector. This might include telemedicine, patient record integration with the NHS and other patient databases, patient condition tracking etc.

The Battlefield and Tactical Communications & Information Systems (BATCIS) TRINITY Industry Briefing Day

Date: Thursday 28 February 2019

Time: 1000hrs – 1600hrs

Venue: Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel

The BATCIS team will be providing an update on the TRINITY project programme of work.

The Industry Brief will share the status of the TRINITY technical and architectural approaches, the operational analysis and further thinking on the acquisition approaches. The event will consist of plenary sessions on the overall programme and focus sessions on the architecture, technical and acquisition approaches.

What is BATCIS

The BATCIS Delivery Team is part of Information Systems & Services (ISS).  BATCIS is responsible for the development, fielding and sustainment of a range of tactical CIS equipment and systems used in the joint Land Environment. The BATCIS portfolio includes Bowman, the Common Battlefield Applications Toolset (ComBAT), Digitisation Infrastructure and Platform Battlefield Information Systems Application (PBISA), all collectively known as BCIP, MORPHEUS, Dismounted Situational Awareness (DSA), the Personal Role Radio, Tactical Ground to Air and Tactical Satellite radios, the MAKEFAST engineer BISA, Falcon and TRINITY.

Details about the Industry Briefing Day

The Industry Briefing Day will be taking place at the Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel on Thursday 28th February 2019 from 1000hrs–1600hrs. If you are interested in attending the event you will need to request a booking form through:

ISSComrcl-BATCIS-GroupMailbox5@mod.gov.uk

What information will you get from this day?

  • An update on the developments within the TRINITY programme

Opportunities of the day:

  • Engagement with the TRINITY team.
  • Network with other suppliers and potential partners.

Information on the TRINITY requirement and previous engagement with industry can be found on the AWARD TRINITY Market Engagement Portals. If you would like access to these then please contact us at the address provided above.

There will be a maximum of 3 places available for each organisation. Places will be allocated on a priority basis and each organisation should ensure that the most appropriate representatives, who must be security cleared (United Kingdom Security Check (SC) or Developed Vetting (DV)), are nominated to attend. When booking for the event you will be asked to nominate your representative for the small group sessions. Refreshments including lunch will be provided throughout the event.

If you have any queries about the event, please contact us on

ISSComrcl-BATCIS-GroupMailbox5@mod.gov.uk

In order to complete the necessary security and domestic arrangements all suppliers interested in attending the day must register their interest by no later than 17:00 on Wednesday 20th February.

 

Programme CORTISONE Industry Day – 28 January 2019

Date: 28 January 2019

Time: 13:00-17:00

Venue: techUK, 10 Bride Street, LONDON EC4A 4AD

This announcement invites suppliers to register for a CORTISONE Industry Day event that will provide an update on the CORTISONE Programme within the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD). This Industry Day will provide:

  • An update on the overall procurement approach;
  • More detailed information on the procurement of client-side Design, Develop and Deliver Services;
  • Further information on the procurement of an Integration Platform and an Enterprise Master Patient Index; and
  • Opportunities for questions and answers and networking.

How do I register for this event?

This CORTISONE Industry Day will be hosted at techUK and will be open to all interested suppliers. To register for this event please use the following link to the techUK website: https://www.techuk.org/events/briefing/item/14386-programme-cortisone-industry-day.

If you have any queries please send an email to Dan Patefield at dan.patefield@techuk.org. Please note that spaces are limited. If you register and then subsequently cannot attend, please transfer or release your place.

What is Programme CORTISONE?

The aim of Programme CORTISONE is to deliver an integrated ecosystem of medical information services to the Defence Medical Services. The programme vision is to deliver ‘a sustainable, integrated, cohesive and enduring information capability that will fully and effectively support the delivery of evidence-based medical and dental health and healthcare outputs, to achieve the Aim of the Defence Medical Services (DMS)’ – which is to Promote, Protect and Restore the health of the Defence population in order to maximise their fitness for role, while maintaining an occupational focus and an operational edge.

A multi-million-pound (CAT B) programme, with global reach and operations equivalent in size to two large CCGs (Clinical Commissioning Groups) and a Community Trust, CORTISONE looks to procure a full suite of healthcare software from multiple healthcare product/service suppliers, together with Design, Develop and Deliver services. It is anticipated that elements of the ecosystem will be re-competed on a regular basis to ensure the best solutions are being delivered to users, giving an ongoing opportunity for market players to get involved with the ecosystem on a long-term basis.

MOD is looking for a range of companies to engage with the programme, delivering a full suite of healthcare software to meet use-cases and patient-journey-defined functional requirements. With the modular nature of the procurement allowing innovation, all suppliers are encouraged to take a leading role in the delivery of functionality.

The CORTISONE Programme has engaged with suppliers through an Industry Day on 17 May 2018 and through a series of Discovery Days, where it has invited potential suppliers to present information on services and demonstrate products to relevant technical and business staff from the CORTISONE Programme.  These Discovery Days have addressed:

  • Primary Healthcare
  • Dental Healthcare
  • Integration Platforms
  • Enterprise Master Patient Index
  • Document Management

CORTISONE is also looking to the future and will exploit innovation to align with NHS strategy, virtualise healthcare and integrate with services across the healthcare sector. This may include telemedicine, patient record integration with the NHS and other patient databases and patient condition tracking.

Programme Cortisone: Notice of Request for Information Relating to a Draft Statement of Requirement for Design, Develop and Deliver Services

This announcement invites interested suppliers to request access to the draft Statement of Requirement for Design, Develop and Deliver Services for the CORTISONE Programme within the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD).

Following on from the CORTISONE Industry Day on 17 May 2018 at Tech UK in London and a series of Discovery Days (July to November 2018) the CORTISONE Programme is issuing a Request for Information (RFI). This RFI invites interested suppliers to read and provide feedback on the draft Statement of Requirement for the programme’s planned procurement of a Service Provider to supply Design, Develop and Deliver Services.

Responding to this announcement is voluntary and does not start the official procurement process for the CORTISONE requirement. It should be noted that all information released in relation to this RFI is released on a without commitment basis, is subject to change and does not signal the start of a formal procurement process. The CORTISONE team intends to provide further details of the procurement itself early in 2019. The programme team will be seeking to procure these services through a framework, where possible.

The Design, Develop and Deliver Services Partner is a client-side service. The CORTISONE approach to service provision may lead to conflicts of interest where a supplier considers that it has the capability to meet potential requirements for both client-side and supplier-side services. MOD will only permit suppliers to operate on both the client and supplier side providing any actual or potential conflicts of interest can be satisfactorily managed so as to avoid any unfair distortion in competition. Existing CORTISONE suppliers will also need to demonstrate that actual or potential conflicts of interest can be satisfactorily managed.

What are the Design, Develop and Deliver Services?

Programme CORTISONE is seeking to integrate a number of Commercial Off The Shelf (COTS) products and services to provide medical information services (Med IS) for the UK MOD. MOD will remain the Design Authority, however the programme intends to procure Design, Develop and Deliver services to assist in the design, build and implementation of the solution.

The key elements of the services are as follows:

  • Design. MOD will remain the Design Authority. However, the Service Provider will assist MOD by designing services to maintain and further develop the overall solution architecture and design. This includes maintaining existing architectural artefacts and developing further architectural artefacts such as low-level design documents to determine how components will be integrated with the integration platform and the wider system. The Service Provider will be expected to work closely with the MOD Information Systems and Services (ISS) Design organisation and provide technical design advice to the programme. The Service Provider will also assist the programme team in product evaluation of suitable COTS products and services.

 

  • Develop. The Service Provider will support the programme team in the development of the Med IS ecosystem. This will include working with the CORTISONE Programme team and associated Defence Hosting programme(s) to set-up and maintain development, test, training and live environments. Assistance will also be required to install and configure the COTS products and services. The Service Provider is likely to need to undertake product trials and to design, build and evaluate a number of interfaces, working, if necessary, with relevant subject matter experts from the suppliers of COTS products and services or third-party specialists. The Service Provider will also need to support data management, including data migration and test data.

 

  • Deliver. The Service Provider will assist the Authority in ensuring full integration of procured components (Integration Platform, Clinical applications etc.) and support implementation, including integration with MOD-provided systems and services, e.g. Clinical User Management. The provider will also need to undertake transition activities such as release and deployment management, service validation and testing and to ensure smooth dual running with legacy services and Alpha, Beta and Live CORTISONE services. The Service Provider is likely to need to provide training services and develop Standard Operating Procedures. The Service Provider may need to provide Service Management in line with ISS policies and ITIL best practice, interfacing as necessary with other Service Management provision.

How do I receive the information?

Suppliers with an interest in Design, Develop and Deliver Services for CORTISONE are invited to request access to the RFI and Statement of Requirement by nominating up to two representatives from their company to receive the information via email.

The representatives should provide the following information to Michael.Yung101@mod.gov.uk:

  • Full name of company;
  • Full name of representative(s);
  • Company email address(es) of representative(s).

Please note that completed RFI questionnaires should be returned to the CORTISONE Team by 10:00 GMT on 21st December 2018.

No information provided in response to this RFI will be used in any way for the purpose of evaluating suppliers or their products in any future procurement process.

What is Programme CORTISONE?

The aim of Programme CORTISONE is to deliver an integrated ecosystem of medical information services to the Defence Medical Services. The programme vision is to deliver ‘a sustainable, integrated, cohesive and enduring information capability that will fully and effectively support the delivery of evidence-based medical and dental health and healthcare outputs, to achieve the Aim of the Defence Medical Services (DMS)’ – which is to Promote, Protect and Restore the health of the Defence population in order to maximise their fitness for role, while maintaining an occupational focus and an operational edge.

A multi-million-pound (CAT B) programme, with global reach and operations equivalent in size to two large CCGs (Clinical Commissioning Groups) and a Community Trust, CORTISONE looks to procure a full suite of healthcare software from multiple healthcare product/service suppliers, together with Design, Develop and Deliver services. It is anticipated that elements of the ecosystem will be re-competed on a regular basis to ensure the best solutions are being delivered to users, giving an ongoing opportunity for market players to get involved with the ecosystem on a long-term basis.

MOD is looking for a range of companies to engage with the programme, delivering a full suite of healthcare software to meet use-cases and patient-journey-defined functional requirements. With the modular nature of the procurement allowing innovation, all suppliers are encouraged to take a leading role in the delivery of functionality.

The CORTISONE Programme has engaged with suppliers through an Industry Day on 17 May 2018 and through a series of Discovery Days, where it has invited potential suppliers to present information on services and demonstrate products to relevant technical and business staff from the CORTISONE Programme.  These Discovery Days have addressed:

  • Primary Healthcare
  • Dental Healthcare
  • Integration Platforms
  • Enterprise Master Patient Index
  • Document Management

CORTISONE is also looking to the future and will exploit innovation to align with NHS strategy, virtualise healthcare and integrate with services across the healthcare sector. This may include telemedicine, patient record integration with the NHS and other patient databases and patient condition tracking.