Liquidlogic Growth Continues
Liquidlogic has concluded a positive half year. A series of successful customer implementations and a number of new contract wins has emphasised its position as a reliable and market leading supplier to public sector organisations.
A variety of Liquidlogic systems have recently gone live at the London Borough of Bexley, Milton Keynes Council, Hartlepool Borough Council and the London Borough of Croydon. This takes the total number of Liquidlogic implementations to over 80 in England, and further emphasises the company’s position as a trusted technology partner with strong delivery capabilities.
“We see collaboration with our customers and between Health and Social Care as a critical component of positive change. It is this desire to work in partnership that has helped fuel our ongoing success,” says David Grigsby, Director of Liquidlogic.
Liquidlogic is involved in a number of initiatives around health and social care integration, including a project with The London Borough of Islington, where Liquidlogic is interfacing to a new system that allows assessment and care plans to be securely exchanged between GPs, hospitals, community health and social care organisations. This innovative approach, which has been built to transmit and receive documents using a shared language and format, uses a scalable model that could be easily extended to other parts of the country. Crucially, its implementation is the result of collaboration and buy-in from partners in health, social care and IT providers.
David Grigsby concludes, “The innovations and technology to improve care pathways between social care and health are within reach. Many social care departments are already making great progress and are ahead of other sectors in their use of IT, though they may not always perceive this to be the case. Social care can be proud of its proactive use of technologies and Liquidlogic is pleased to be involved in enabling integrated care that can truly make a difference to the outcomes for adults and children.”