Cambio and Better announced a partnership to further empower clinical teams to provide better care
UK Partnership will help accelerate the transformation in the NHS based on an open-data approach
Cambio Healthcare Systems Ltd has partnered with Better Ltd to provide the Better Clinical Data Repository (CDR), built on the vendor-neutral openEHR standard for healthcare providers and regions in the UK, Ireland and Channel Islands. The aim of storing the data in the Better CDR is to provide better access to data and digital infrastructure for future healthcare improvements for the NHS.
Cambio Healthcare Systems Ltd is the United Kingdom operation of the Cambio family. Cambio is one of Scandinavia's leading suppliers of healthcare information systems and a growing player in the European market with just over 170,000 users across general and university hospitals, specialist units and outpatient units. They support customers in Sweden, United Kingdom, Denmark, New Zealand, Iceland, Faroe Islands and Greenland.
Andrew Meiner, Cambio UK and Ireland Managing Director said: "Cambio has been an early supporter of the openEHR movement and this partnership with Better cements that position and further enables us to unlock the value of data within health and care."
Matthew Cox, Better UK and Ireland Managing Director said: "We are delighted to be working with Cambio and joining the openEHR community. To improve patient care and enable clinical teams, it is key that they get the valuable data they need. Working with Cambio will help accelerate the transformation in the NHS."
Better Platform is market-leading openEHR data platform. It is designed to store, manage, query, retrieve and exchange structured electronic health record (EHR) data on national, regional or institutional level in healthcare. It enables the creation of an ecosystem of best of breed applications where clinical data is stored in a vendor-neutral format and independently from the applications.
The Better Platform already securely supports over 22 million patients in over 500+ hospitals across 15 countries worldwide.