Mayden and Healthcare Gateway Partner on New Interoperability Project

Interoperability project

We’re pleased to announce that Mayden has partnered with Healthcare Gateway to work on a new interoperability project between our flagship product, iaptus, and Healthcare Gateway’s Medical Interoperability Gateway (MIG).

iaptus is the leading digital care record (DCR) for psychological therapy services in the UK. The MIG is a secure middleware technology which enables the two-way exchange of real-time patient information between health and social care organisations. Mayden have worked with Healthcare Gateway to develop a real-time Improving Access to Psychological Therapy (IAPT) dataset, to be available via the MIG into any system, in any setting.

We’re working alongside Devon Partnership NHS Trust to pilot the iaptus dataset which will be available in real-time HTML view or JSON structured data and will include seven tabs of information:

  1. Patient demographics
  2. Episodes of care
  3. Assessments
  4. Outcome questionnaires
  5. Historic appointments
  6. Future appointments
  7. Documents and letters

“IAPT services have always been forward thinking in their utilisation of digital and data for the benefit of patients. Through this collaboration with our trusted partners, Healthcare Gateway, we are delighted to be able to support the IAPT dataset to be available to any healthcare setting. This will give real-time access to patient information when it is needed, improving the patient experience and supporting clinicians to provide better care. – Fiona Dawson, Director at Mayden

“We’re delighted to be working with Mayden to enable access to essential data from psychological therapy services. The Mayden iaptus (IAPT) Dataset is an exciting extension to our product range and will provide health and social care professionals a comprehensive view of a patient’s medical history, and in turn enable safer, effective high-quality care.” Liam Hunn, Director of Product Development at Healthcare Gateway

High quality treatment relies upon all those involved in a patient’s care being able to collaborate, with access to all appropriate and relevant patient data – no matter where it is stored. This particular interoperability project will help coordinate care, increase clinical efficiency, improve patient experience and increase transparency by providing a real-time feed of this data.

With access to this data in real-time, services can improve outcomes for patients by:

  • Helping patient recovery
  • Managing conditions so escalation of care is not needed
  • Inform decision making
  • Better coordination of care
  • Seamlessly integrating within the consuming system
  • Reducing administration
  • Reducing delays in treatment.

Do you want to work with us on an interoperability project?

We are always looking to form meaningful partnerships with other experts to design software that has a demonstrable impact on outcomes for services and patients. We currently work with over 30 partners as part of our mission to support mental health services in providing high quality care for patients.

If you’re interested in partnering with us, please get in touch.

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