Microsoft Partners Cluster Reply, Solidsoft Reply, Valorem Reply and WM Reply, are participating in "Microsoft Ignite" with a single virtual stand where participants can discover all the latest on Microsoft solutions.
Solidsoft Reply have recently completed the deployment of release 7 of the Solidsoft Reply National Blueprint System across 12 National Systems across Europe namely: Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Iceland, Ireland, Lithuania, Malta, Slovenia, Sweden & Switzerland.
NOE CPC has awarded
Solidsoft Reply a
4 year Framework agreement for ICT Solutions Delivery (Professional Services & Consultancy Support) relevant to the needs of
NHS and other health sector and public sector bodies.
INTEROPen is an OPEN collaboration of individuals, industry, standards organisations and health and care providers, working together to
accelerate the development of open
standards for interoperability.
Solidsoft Reply has become an organisational member of
Health Level Seven® (HL7®) in the
UK, in order to leverage & drive standards for
interoperability across healthcare.
Solidsoft Reply are delighted to announce that it has been awarded a place on the
Crown Commercial Service public sector
Digital Marketplace, G-Cloud 12 Framework. Our full range of
solutions and services can be viewed
Solidsoft Reply will be sponsoring the inaugural scientific conference of the
Faculty of Clinical Informatics – the foremost event for the
science and practice of clinical informatics,
digital health. The virtual event offers an opportunity to learn about pioneering research and insights for using information to improve health and well- being.
Solidsoft Reply accelerates integration of cloud and on-premises healthcare systems using the QuickConnect for Healthcare framework. QuickConnect for Healthcare is our ‘kitbag’ for integration. It supports standards including HL7 FHIR and helps us to rapidly integrate clinical systems and FHIR servers. It leverages the mature ecosystem of the Microsoft Azure platform and interoperates with other integration tools and platforms.
Solidsoft Reply have partnered with
local public sector organisations exceeding their expectations by delivering
world class solutions.
In traceability systems, the real protagonist is not the product, but the information. The new frontier of innovation technology is to use the molecular container in which information has always travelled. Reply is the first company in Europe to have started experimenting in this domain.
FROM 10.00 TO 10.45 A.M. BST Join
Solidsoft Reply who will be sharing insights on the growing demand of regional based medicinal supply and how their experience in
handling verified medicines across Europe is valuable.
We have released VeriLite 2.0, the first major update of our cloud-based solution, immediately boosting Doctors, Pharmacists & Wholesalers fight against fake medicines across Europe.
Digital responses to the Covid-19 outbreak have been many. During this Webinar Solidsoft Reply explained how their offering,
TiCuro (from Healthy Reply), supports remote triage of at-risk cohorts and uses care plans aligned to high risk groups to monitor and flag vital signs.
Reply announces it has become a Microsoft Azure Expert Managed Services Provider (MSP), which is a status awarded to only a small number of highly capable Microsoft managed services provider partners worldwide.
One of the main drivers for the adoption of closed-loop medicine (CLM) administration in the acute sector is the adoption of EMRAM. Closing that loop presents a challenge that needs facing.
Medicine safety is a central concern in modern healthcare. Ensuring that healthcare practitioners administer the right medicine to the right patient is crucial. A falsified medicine deliberately or fraudulently misrepresents its identity, composition or source.
On 9th February 2019, the Falsified Medicine Directive came into force.
Solidsoft Reply were able to meet the needs of the
Falsified medicines directive (FMD) by building a web based application called VeriLite.
Microsoft Azure supports 4 different replication services, locally-redundant storage, zone-redundant storage, geo-redundant storage and read-access geo-redundant storage (also known as LRS, ZRS, GRS and RA-GRS respectively.)