Inhealthcare has completed the integration of its technology platform with NHS login, making it even quicker and easier for patients to use its digital health services.
NHS login is the secure way to sign-in to a wide range of health and care services. People can simply and swiftly sign-in where they see the NHS login button. They can easily prove their identity so they can be matched to information personal to them.
NHS login has been created by the NHS and follows industry and government standards for security and identity. It only uses necessary data and digital health providers can only use the NHS login button once they have completed the integration process – background checks are performed on all suppliers.
Inhealthcare provides a secure, robust platform for national scale digital health projects. The company delivers remote patient monitoring services to more than one million patients across the UK. NHS login is now available on Inhealthcare’s patient-facing applications.
Phil Nixon, NHS Associate Director of Citizen Health Technology, said: “NHS login gives patients a single, secure login for their health and care apps and websites, allowing them quick on-the-move access to their health information – just look for the NHS login button.
“This means patients remain safe in the knowledge they are accessing their health data through a safe system designed by the NHS, for the NHS and people across England.”
Meanwhile, Inhealthcare has also completed its integration with the Message Exchange for Social Care and Health (MESH), the main secure large file transfer service used across health and social care organisations.
Bryn Sage, Chief Executive of Inhealthcare, said: “As a UK market leader in digital health and remote patient monitoring, we continue to invest in our technology to make our services as accessible as possible to patients and clinicians.”
Inhealthcare is a UK market leader in digital health and remote patient monitoring. More than 20 million people across the UK can now access technologies developed by the company in partnership in the NHS.
The underlying technology platform and its associated patient and clinician-facing applications are registered with the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency as a Medical Device.
Inhealthcare is based in Harrogate, North Yorkshire.