TPP have been chosen to implement an integrated electronic medical record system to approximately 300 primary care sites across Qatar.
TPP Middle East, the subsidiary of UK based technology software company, The Phoenix Partnership Leeds Ltd (TPP), has signed a major collaboration agreement with Integrated Intelligence Services (IIS) to deliver SystmOne to the private healthcare sector across Qatar. The project is valued at £21 million over 5 years.
TPP’s integrated electronic medical record system will be implemented in approximately 300 primary care sites across Qatar. It supports Qatar’s vision to establish a more advanced healthcare system. By allowing medical records to be shared across the country, patients’ data will be standardised and collected routinely.
TPP’s integrated patient record will be a cornerstone of IIS’s strategy to work with partners to create a network of high quality healthcare services. The 2 companies will start to work with clinics in the private sector over the next few months, with the first clinics due to be using SystmOne by the end of the year.
IIS will support healthcare providers with a range of innovative finance packages, as well as supply chain and technology services. The network will support patients to easily access excellent healthcare, supported by both a shared patient record and a web-based patient portal.
TPP is one of the leading companies in the UK for electronic patient record systems. It currently works with 5,000 NHS organisations, providing electronic health records on a centrally hosted database for more than 40 million patients.
TPP has been working in the region for 3 years alongside the region’s embassies and Healthcare UK.
Healthcare UK supports private companies, the NHS and public sector organisations to develop commercial partnerships in the Middle East, China, India and Latin America.
Deborah Kobewka, Managing Director of Healthcare UK said:
“I’d like to congratulate TPP and IIS Holdings on signing this significant contract for an electronic record in some 300 of Qatar’s private primary care centres.
It is an excellent example of healthcare collaboration, facilitated by the Department for International Trade (DIT) team in Qatar who have supported TPP over several years to achieve this great outcome for both parties and for the people of Qatar on their healthcare transformation journey.”