In the past six months, four English NHS trusts have committed to work with SynApps’ VNA (Vendor Neutral Archive) content management system
SynApps Solutions has set up a dedicated healthcare practice to deliver the SynApps clinical content store platform and services to the UK healthcare market.
In the past six months, four major English NHS trusts have committed to work with SynApps’ VNA (Vendor Neutral Archive) content management system to help them with their data.
SynApps healthcare customers include Croydon Health Services NHS Trust, London’s Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust and Northampton General Hospital, amongst others.
SynApps’ Tony Backhouse will lead the new healthcare practice. Prior to joining SynApps in early 2014, he was head of healthcare at OpenText, where he had built its UK health practice from the ground up.
“We have witnessed huge demand for the SynApps VNA and are delighted to be working with so many major NHS bodies to help them realise their paperless ambitions,” said Backhouse.
“We foresee that demand increasing and that’s growth we want to capitalise on. It’s also absolutely key that we have proper resources and focus to meet Chief Clinical Information Officers’ (CCIOs) needs, so we can properly understand and meet the challenges they face.”
SynApps is in recruitment mode, seeking talented HIT professionals to become part of the new health team.