Evaware Ltd is pleased to announce that Project E-vita, its cloud based hosted patient records solution specialising in the Home Healthcare arena, has been approved for inclusion in the Crown Commercial Service’s G-Cloud 8 programme. This approval for an exciting government initiative reinforces Evaware’s reputation for delivering secure clinical and administrative solutions for existing and new government clients.
G-Cloud is a United Kingdom Government initiative that aims to provide a single repository of cloud-based IT services for use by public sector organisations, through the Digital Marketplace – an online store for cloud IT services. The move is designed to drive the wider adoption of cloud computing in the public sector and deliver a more efficient, competitive and cost-effective way of buying IT services.
UK Central Government is mandated to evaluate potential cloud solutions first before considering any other options and the approach is strongly recommended to the wider public sector.
Home Healthcare is a high growth sector of the Healthcare industry and Project E-vita’s inclusion in the G-Cloud 8 framework gives public sector buyers a turnkey solution for managing the delivery of healthcare through a buying process that is simpler, clearer and faster. With straight forward procurement, the Digital Marketplace provides a unique environment for the rapid and cost effective implementation of cloud based healthcare services, including delivery of healthcare in Patients’ own homes as well as more traditional healthcare provision in medical facilities.
Evaware Ltd, developer and operator of Cloud Based Software as a Service product Project E-vita is proud to announce today that we have been awarded with both the UK Government’s Cyber Essentials and the IASME Cyber Security Accreditations. These two accreditations awarded today demonstrate Evaware’s commitment to security and mitigating risk from common security threats and further strengthen both our Public Sector and Private Sector offerings.
Project E-vita has also recently been deployed to a new Azure platform based in Dublin with Geo-locational replication to Amsterdam to provide a robust and resilient platform for the secure delivery of Electronic Patient Records and management of Healthcare. Azure has been for a number of years now included in the UK Government’s G-cloud framework, a programme to promote government-wide adoption of cloud computing.
Cyber Essentials is a scheme backed by the UK government and supported within the industry to provide companies with the ability to protect themselves effectively from cyber security threats and, reduce the level of cyber security risk in its supply chain. Cyber Essentials has four accreditation bodies, including IASME, which are specified by the government.
For more information on our new accreditation or services we offer please feel free to contact us.