The data landscapes in health and social care are complex.
Multiple healthcare providers and government agencies collect data about patients and citizens – using different systems and formats. Often, optimal care is not achieved because data is siloed and key information is missed when clinical care decisions are made.
Symphonic is designed to solve this problem – to provide efficient and effective control over data sharing between organisations. With Symphonic, data owners can explicitly define –to a granular level – which data items are shared with which people and groups – and under what conditions.
With easy-to-use non-technical tools, Symphonic lets you apply and manage policies that enforce organisational policies and industry regulations.
Public sector organizations are experiencing fundamental changes to the way they work, interact with their customers, and approach business processes in this era of digital existence. OpenText Suite 16 and Cloud 16 present complete, integrated digital information platforms to help public sector companies with their digital transformation. Better engagement, productivity, and innovations require the ability to derive conclusions and predictions from your data. Suite 16 and Cloud 16 enable data-driven business processes that allow you to discover and prioritize opportunities, rapidly test solutions, evaluate results, approve and implement outcomes with solutions that cut across internal boundaries and silos. Analytics and reporting, connected workspaces, and new user-interfaces are embedded across OpenText solutions.
Pulsant is one of the UK’s premier providers of hybrid cloud solutions, with a network of 15 datacentres. Underpinning these solutions is a focus on security, which includes a portfolio of cyber security services, such as certifying for the Cyber Essentials Scheme and the IASME governance standard. Pulsant holds a number of other accreditations, including ISO27001, PCI DSS and BSI CSA Star for cloud security. The company is also on the G-Cloud framework and was awarded the Royal Warrant as a provider of hosted IT and datacentre services to the Royal household.