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"With Cinapsis we're looking at the future of Advice & Guidance."
GP Partner and CCG member
Audited two-way communication across your referral network
Capture all Advice & Guidance activity for the new CQUIN
Navigate patients onto the optimum pathway for them
Live intelligence on referral activity across your network
Reduce administrative time managing referrals
Go paperless, allow remote working to meet 2018 target
Deliver virtual clinics and joint holistic consultations
Raise the profile of your service to attract new referrals
Advanced communication technology, easy to use
Making your Advice & Guidance service work
How Cinapsis closes the gap between primary and secondary care through Advice and Guidance?
Cinapsis Advice & Guidance Management System qualifies for the new CQUIN payments.
Cinapsis is the future of Advice & Guidance, not just advice but decision support and pathway management.
Cinapsis Advice & Guidance Management System makes remote clinical conversations, virtual clinics and e-clinics possible.
Secured in an NHS approved N3 environment.
Cinapsis makes it easy to manage, record and document what happens during Advice & Guidance and enables the secure transfer of patient information between care providers.
Our experienced team can integrate Cinapsis into your existing Electronic Patient Record (EPR) and Patient Administration Systems (PAS).
Cinapsis delivers on evidence for effective care
1. Providing GPs with easy access to specialist advice is the most effective intervention for reducing demand on hospital services.
2. 25% to 50% of referrals are no longer necessary.
3. Cinapsis qualifies for Advice & Guidance CQUIN.
"Closer working relationships, with greater communication and sharing of information between GPs and consultants (are) crucial to reducing workloads on both sides."
Matthew Swindells, National Director Operations and Information NHS England.
Robert Alexander, Deputy Chief Executive NHS Improvements.