Lot 1 services currently available
This Accredited Services Register also shows future plans.
GPSoC Lot 2 catalogue
A directory of the Lot 2 services currently available.
GPSoC Lot 3 catalogue
A directory of the Lot 3 services currently available.
GP Systems of Choice (GPSoC) is split into 3 sections - Lot 1, Lot 2 and Lot 3 - each providing different IT products and services.
Lot 1 services are IT systems for general practices, which use a principal clinical system. Some also use add-on tools (sometimes known as 'subsidiary modules').
These services are centrally funded and CCGs place orders on behalf of practices. There may not be enough central funding available for every subsidiary module that the GP practice would like. In these instances, they'd need to be paid for by the CCG or the practice.
This supports daily tasks involved in the clinical care of patients. It supports the management of appointments, documents, prescribing, patient communications and practice workflow. The system also gives access to the Electronic Prescription Service, GP2GP, the NHS e-Referral Service, the Personal Demographics Service and Summary Care Records.
Some practices choose to use extra tools as well as their principal system. These modules must be assured before they're available on Lot 1.
Additional services to support the GP practice, including office hardware, medical devices, training and consultancy.
Lot 2 services are locally funded.
Lot 3 services help the GP practice to share information with other healthcare providers, such as hospitals and pharmacies, in order to deliver a better end-to-end service for patients. Interoperability is about different IT systems and software being able to communicate, exchange data, and use the information that's been exchanged.
Lot 3 services are locally funded.