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Social care and NHS IT systems suppliers

Implementing Child Protection - Information Sharing (CP-IS) requires joint working between local authorities, NHS organisations, their IT systems suppliers and the NHS Digital project team.

NHS unscheduled care settings in England must implement links to CP-IS before 31 March 2018 as set out in Information Standards Notice ISN 1609 and the NHS Standard Contract

The unscheduled care settings concerned are:

  • emergency departments
  • minor injury units
  • walk-in centres
  • maternity untis
  • GP out-of-hours services
  • paediatric wards
  • ambulance services

IT systems suppliers and their customers therefore need to take steps towards implementing CP-IS.

Accredited suppliers

The following suppliers and systems have CP-IS functionality that has already been accredited by NHS Digital.

Social care suppliers

Supplier nameProduct
CapitaOne-ICS
CareWorksCareDirector
CorelogicFrameworki - 4.9.2.2
CorelogicFrameworki - 4.11.0.0
CorelogicMosaic
In-House SolutionSSID
Liquid LogicLCS
NorthgateSwift
OLMCarefirst
TribalEIS

NHS suppliers

Supplier nameProduct
Advanced Health and CareAdastra (v3.19.00)
DXCLorenzo
InterSystemsHealthcare
QuicksilvaorQuestra
SilverlinkPCS (v3.8)
TPPSystemOne

Engaging with suppliers

The CP-IS project team works closely with suppliers who are developing CP-IS functionality and supports them through the development and assurance of their solutions.

We review the supplier's customer site 'footprint' and work with them to develop an implementation approach. This includes prioritising sites that can 'go live' with their NHS or local authority partners.

We help suppliers to identify an appropriate 'first of type site' for their first 'go live'. And we work with that site to ensure they have successfully completed all of the actions required to 'go live' and make good use of the new functionality.

Visit the implementation support pages for NHS and local authorities.


Contact the CP-IS team: enquiries@digital.nhs.uk

Have a question? Call us on 0300 303 5678 or contact enquiries@nhsdigital.nhs.uk.

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