Dedicated connectivity to NHS organisations from a Stage 2 Compliant provider
The modern replacement
HSCN (Health & Social Care Network) is the data network for health and care organisations that replaced the N3 network. The migration to HSCN is planned to be completed by August 2020. It will support around 35,000 digital connections across England and Wales, more if it reaches its full potential, creating the largest public-sector network infrastructure in the UK.
The ultimate goal is to support better integration across health and social care organisations, but it also represents an important opportunity for health organisations to achieve significant cost savings on network spend. In defining HSCN, NHS Digital has created a competitive market place of compliant suppliers.
AdEPT has a strong customer base in public and private health organisations including Great Ormond Street Hospital, The Kent Coin and HCA. As a Crown Commercial Services supplier, with the right to supply services under the CCS Network Services Framework RM1045, AdEPT is well-positioned to offer HSCN compliant network services to health and social care organisations across the UK.
Stage 2 Compliant
AdEPT have a proven track record in the health sector. We provide a range of communication, connectivity and safeguarding services to both private and public sector organisations in healthcare of any size. It’s the reason why over 20 NHS Trusts nationwide, Great Ormond Street, HCA and over 200 doctor’s surgeries use our services, handling over 1 million patients.
We are proud to be Health and Social Care Network (HSCN) compliant, one of the first companies to be awarded Stage 2 compliance after our close partnership working with NHS Digital.
To discuss your healthcare organisations requirements in more detail and to discuss the range of AdEPT Health services available, please get in touch with one of our dedicated experts, by filling in the form at the end of the page.
“The migration of the Kent CoIN demonstrates everything HSCN was designed to achieve; greater collaboration, both locally and with suppliers; reduced costs for the NHS by virtue of the HSCN marketplace and using technology to provide enhanced capabilities, that will deliver better care though health and social care integration.”
Mike Oldfield-Marsh, HSCN Migration Manager
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