Delivering the digital future set out in the Long Term Plan requires a new breed of Clinical IT System.
We combine a cloud-based EHR with smart digital tools for managing your practice and optimising care in any setting.
With clinicians, patients and administrators over 16 years with a particular focus on General Practice and other types of primary care.
We have a tried-and-tested process for migration and aim to have clients on-board in weeks, not months, with minimal disruption.
Pioneering Saas Solutions since
16 years of experience
Of clinicians globally
We are working towards full compliance with Lot 1 of the GP IT Futures framework by Autumn 2020.
Meddbase is committed to working with colleagues and partners across the system to:
Powerful tools for delivering, managing and optimising care in any setting.
Eliminate paper, streamline patient care and share clinical coded patient medical records easily and securely across your organisation.
Never miss an appointment by matching patient requests to available clinicians, rooms and equipment through an easy-to-use online portal.
Access a suite of standard reports and build custom reports for more in-depth analytics across multiple data sets, including integrations with other systems.
Use your webcam or smart phone to provide telemedicine and consult with patients from inside the patient record using our secure telemedicine platform.
Improve patient experience by allowing them to book appointmwents, view results, prescriptions and their vaccination history securely online.
Create, share and save documents securely inside the tool. Available online via Mac or PC with no need for local storage.
Safeguard patients by integrating First Data Bank and SNOMED CT for drug interactions for both acute and repeat prescriptions.
Browse and refer electronically to linked consultants sharing relevant sections of the record. Instant message and collaborate with consultants inside the tool.
Request and receive pathology results electronically in the platform and attach them directly to the patient's medical record.
Eric Topol MD, The Topol Review