Delivering interoperability for all

Interoperability isn’t at the core of many digital health services - most are stand-alone platforms that solve just one problem. Each time clients need to solve something new, they need a new platform. 

This lack of interoperability is negative for both client and patient. It adds cost, lead time, and complication. In addition, usability suffers.

But the Priority Digital Health PDH Platform has interoperability at its core.

How is the PDH Platform different?

The good news is that our Platform isn’t like other digital health services. Already accessible to over 7 million UK residents, it starts with interoperability and uses a multi-module approach.

The Platform hosts a multitude of award-winning service modules. These support a range of NHS, Public Health, and Community Services. Social prescribing, booking, volunteering, goal setting, lifestyle services (such as smoking and weight management), and workplace health services are all covered. 

Your patients benefit from our Platform’s interoperability

We believe in a streamlined approach that tackles healthcare holistically. Each and every module can be interlinked to provide the best digital patient care that crosses many sectors. This leads to happier and healthier people!

We understand that customers may acquire a singular module and then decide they need more. And our rounded approach means we have the ability to make that happen quickly, without the obstacle of an entirely new platform.

Our clients love our multi-module approach

The Essex Wellbeing Service (EWS) sees huge benefits from this one platform and multi-module approach. 

Patients can take a holistic assessment to create a picture of their health and wellbeing status. They are then referred to anything from a social isolation or stop smoking service, as appropriate. Patients can even be referred to a specialised partner to help with their other needs, such as money and debt advice.

Beyond the holistic assessment, vulnerable residents also have the ability to submit a request for support with everyday tasks. Our volunteering module will then enable these requests to be met with a suitable volunteer.

All these services (and more) are accessible through one single platform. Interoperability benefits both you and your patients, making referrals easier, more joined-up and faster.

A single platform that increases flexibility

We are under no illusion that the same modules will be appropriate for all residents and localities. This is why we designed the PDH Platform to be completely customisable for local pathways.

But we’re not just flexible within our own modules and services. Our fully interoperable platform has access to all the leading GP IT systems and has the ability to access 60.4m patient records in the United Kingdom.

Responsive to customer and patient needs

As an experienced NHS and Public Health digital solutions team, we’re tuned in to the industry’s ever-changing nature. This means you won’t have to chase us to stay on top of the latest health, wellbeing, and social care provider needs. Our ability to add multiple, interoperable modules onto one platform makes this a seamless experience for you and your patients.

The COVID-19 pandemic has definitely taught us that the world can change quickly - your digital provider needs to be adaptable to keep up.

Don’t sign up for anything less than an interoperable, robust, secure, customisable, and intelligent platform with a multi-module approach. 

Enquire about a demo of the PDH Platform today.