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Belfast-based Blue Zinc to provide new connected healthcare platform

  • Belfast-based software company Blue Zinc has secured a 6 year contract with Nuffield Health to deliver a unified platform for its healthcare systems.

    Blue Zinc has been operating in the health sector for a number of years and provide the industry's leading practice and clinical records system. Now the firm has signed a 6 year deal with Nuffield Health, one of the UK’s leading not-for-profit healthcare organisations, to consolidating its clinical services systems into a single platform.

    Nuffield Health aspires to deliver a unique vision of connected health, bringing health and wellbeing together through its network for 31 hospitals and over 100 fitness and wellbeing centres. Blue Zinc will provide a single platform solution for the group’s physiotherapy, emotional wellbeing, occupational health and nutrition services allowing patients to seamlessly transfer between services.

    "It is a critical element of our plan to deliver a connected health experience, providing seamless patient journeys through our services. That unique vision demands a platform that can integrate the breadth of our services to enhance the patient experience, and the partnership with Blue Zinc will underpin the seamless treatment and transfer of patients across clinical services and beyond," stated Adam Crampsie, Nuffield Head of Commercial Development.

    “We are delighted to continue our relationship with Nuffield Health and we look forward to providing cutting edge innovations to improve services for all their stakeholders”, positively commented Kyle Lynn, Blue Zinc Managing Director.

     

    Source: Blue Zinc Press Release

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