What is GPSoC?
As part of Jeremy Hunt’s plans for delivering a paperless NHS by 2018, HSCIC launched the GP System of Choice (GPSoC) Framework Agreement to help GPs get the best out of their clinical systems by improving interoperability, allowing easier access to third party systems and, crucially, promoting digital engagement.
As a leading supplier of proven interactive Patient messaging service for improving Patient access, awareness and satisfaction, MJog provides a secure and reliable route to communicate with patients through 100% IGSoC, its own N3 connection and ISO 27001:2013 accreditation.
Integrated with leading clinical systems and working in partnership with many CCGs, MJog reaches more than 11m of the UK population and sends over 3m healthcare messages monthly.
The new GP Systems of Choice (GPSoC) contract is a framework agreement through which GPs, CCGs and other NHS organisations in England can procure goods and services from accredited suppliers. The new contract replaces the old GPSoC contract which ended in March 2014. MJog has signed up to the new GPSoC framework agreement from 2014 to 2016. For more information about the contract, please visit the HSCIC website or email our team at firstname.lastname@example.org
The framework provides you with a way to procure services for your practices from approved and assured suppliers with innovative solutions designed to benefit patients and the NHS. By choosing MJog, there are lots of benefits to the GPSoC contract, including:
- choice – choose the products and services that are best for your locality.
- save time – our digital patient messaging services are designed to help practices work efficiently, with proven time-saving and sustainable efficiency gains.
- reduce costs – by using digital patient messaging services, GP practices can benefit from reduced admin time for reception and by using online patient services, DNA rates have been proven to dramatically reduce.
- meet your targets – the national services available via the framework help your CCG meet NHS targets, such as paperless working, reduction in A&E attendance.
- robust security – through technical and physical controls as MJog is ISO 27001:2013 accredited and has 100% IGSoC rating.
The new GPSoC contract consists of three frameworks from which products and services can be procured under. MJog is providing CCGs and GP Practices with services under Lot 2 which is for Additional GP IT services.
Through Lot 2, your practice can choose to order from a variety of services which MJog offer that are approved to interoperate with the clinical systems through an accredited interface. We’re offering products which include:
For more information you can contact our team by emailing email@example.com or calling 01353 741641 (Option 1)
GPSoC Service Contacts
We’re continually working to improve our services and the new GPSoC framework will help us with these improvements. In addition, our IGSoC rating of 100% and our ISO 27001:2013 accreditation means that you can expect the best practice standards for data security. The availability and system response times are constantly being measured, evaluated and improved, meaning we can provide practices with a more robust and resilient system. We are focused in providing clear access and visibility in the way we deliver our services to your practices.
The SLA targets are generally the same for the new GPSoC framework. Our processes have been made more agile as we work towards a triage of Support for practices and self- support through a dedicated Support Centre. We have revised Support guidelines so we can provide an assessment of impact and urgency of practice issues, assigning severity to those issues.
We offer a wide range of support services and our team has years of experience within the NHS to offer help and advice they might need. These services include:
- MJog Support Centre
- Telephone and email support
- Extensive online training and resources
Practices can find out how to contact their local account team by contacting the dedicated Support Centre.
We have dedicated account management to provide CCGs with GPSoC help and support. To contact them please call 01353 741641 (Option 1) or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
There are a number of ways practices can get in touch if they have problem. For more information, contact our support team.