Medical Interoperability Gateway (MIG) connectivity is set to increase across Yorkshire and the Humber as the Yorkshire & Humber Care Record signs a three year contract for the Detailed Care Record Service.
The Yorkshire & Humber Care Record aims to provide health and care staff across the region, with better and faster access to vital information about the person receiving support.
This contract covers six CCGs including the Vale of York, Hull, Scarborough and Ryedale, North Lincolnshire, North East Lincolnshire and East Riding of Yorkshire, meaning there are now 16 CCGs with MIG connectivity across the region.
‘This is an important step forward, which will support us in the safe, efficient and secure sharing of vital information between our care professionals and the delivery of joined-up care to our citizens. We’re excited to work with the MIG as a trusted partner in order to make this a reality.’ Debbie Westmoreland, Head of Digital, NHS Scarborough and Ryedale CCG.
‘It has been a busy period for Healthcare Gateway, we are extremely proud to have secured this long term partnership with the Yorkshire & Humber Care Record. The MIG is already used widely in the North of England and it is evident interoperability it is key to providing faster, safer care.
This new programme of work builds on the successful deployment of the MIG across ten Yorkshire CCGs to join up the region further. We are excited to get this project started.’ Liam King, Director of Customer and Commercial Experience, Healthcare Gateway.
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