Andrew Meiner, Healthcare Practice Director at Egress, commented:
“Data is the key to driving the service transformation the NHS must deliver to make better use of limited resources and improve care delivery. Data is vital to providing a complete picture of an individual’s health and wellbeing, as well as support initiatives such as virtual ward care and remote monitoring. Having that data locked within proprietary systems hampers those efforts and prevents clinicians accessing and acting upon additional sources of information, which support more effective decision making. That is why we are so pleased to be partnering with Founda Health to bring their API gateway to the UK. The platform’s ease of use and simplification of complex integrations means connecting hospital systems to innovative, specialist digital solutions will be quicker and repeatable, so care providers can realise benefits sooner. “
Jan Joost Kalff, Founder and CEO at Founda Health, commented:
“We are more than thrilled to partner with Egress Group to introduce our advanced API gateway to the UK healthcare market. This collaboration will revolutionise data interoperability between healthcare systems, simplifying integration processes. All e-Health and other digital applications, such as virtual ward and remote patient monitoring solutions, can be connected to healthcare facilities via a single link on the Founda platform. This will greatly accelerate the digital transformation of the UK healthcare market. By leveraging our cutting-edge technology and Egress Group’s extensive expertise in complex NHS integration projects, we are confident that this partnership will drive positive change and unlock the full potential of technology to enhance patient care in the UK.”
The Founda Health Platform is already being used by numerous care organisations in the Netherlands, whilst its ecosystem of connected solutions and partners also extends to the US, Nordics, and the UK. Several regional providers in the Netherlands have successfully harnessed Founda’s technology to integrate third-party apps with their EPR systems, for example, automating the entire pre- and post-operative PROMS process. The platform’s built-in notification functionality facilitates seamless expansion to additional use cases, with future plans for many of these providers focusing on integrating all e-Health and other digital applications with their EPR systems.