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September 28, 2023


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Vitalhub (VHI.T) aims to streamline NHS healthcare processes

Vitalhub (VHI.T) subsidiary Transforming Systems signed a multi-year regional licensing agreement with the National Health Service (NHS) England and NHS Improvement Midlands (NHSEI) for its SHREWD line of products.

This company has been on an absolute roll lately pulling in overseas government contracts. The NHSEI provides care for 10.5 million people across the region, including areas like Birmingham, which is the UK’s second largest city, and Lincolnshire, which is the second largest county.

“This sale to NHS England and NHS Improvement Midlands marks one of the largest regions to have licensed the Transforming Systems solutions. We are delighted to support this region through providing access to our SHREWD suits of offerings. We view this sale as continued ratification of the market demand for our products, and the market leadership we have established and continue to maintain within the UK healthcare landscape, and beyond,” said Dan Matlow, CEO of Vitalhub.

The contract with NHSEI involves providing support for 11 Integrated Care systems (ICS) and Sustainability and Transformation Plans, 39 clinical conditioning groups and 42 trusts in the region.

The Customer’s 11 ICS are included in the contract, and span the following organizations:

  • Birmingham and Solihull
  • Black Country and West Birmingham
  • Coventry and Warwickshire
  • Derbyshire
  • Herefordshire and Worcestershire (currently live)
  • Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland
  • Lincolnshire
  • Northamptonshire (currently live)
  • Nottinghamshire
  • Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin
  • Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent (in deployment stage)

The sale includes licensing for Transforming Systems SHREWD Platform, SHREWD Region and SHRED Vantage products. Each of which is anticipated to include operational benefits including organization efficiency, coordination and delivery of care.

What these actually do is provide operational benefits including greater efficiency in terms of coordination, organization and delivery of care. But more specifically, they simplify an operational view of regional pressures in real time, standard reports across regions, reduce administration complications, promote consisting and timely reporting and other such fixes for the kind of nagging admin problems hospitals face.

The end result is more efficient, effective healthcare for people in the regions being serviced.

—Joseph Morton

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