Health Sector

Developed with the NHS and utilising an open, client/server architecture, the CCube suite is customisable, fast to deploy, easy to integrate, scalable, standards-based, feature rich and compliant with data protection rules. Designed and built with NHS practitioners using Microsoft’s latest .NET technologies, CCube’s award-winning solutions deliver electronic health records to clinicians, secretaries and administrators in the format they require, when and where they are needed. CCube is already delivering measurable benefits to over 25 NHS Trusts, helping to deliver paperless healthcare within 20 months.

What our Customers say

  • “Doctors throughout the NHS often have to make decisions about patient care without necessarily having all their background history available which obviously represents a safety issue. If we have seen a patient previously, we can offer the right treatment based on past medical history as we have all their details instantly available on screen. It’s one of the most innovative and revolutionary solutions I have seen in 20 years of clinical practice.”

    Dr Francis Andrews
    Clinical Director for critical care
    St Helens & Knowsley Teaching Hospitals
  • “For the first time, all referrals will be handled electronically. This reduces the time, risk, duplication and costs in circulating paper around the hospital and rationalises an inefficient process.”

    Karen Thompson
    Business Change Project Manager
    Papworth Hospital
  • “It’s been hard work but now we’ve finished the project, we have a solution which is already saving the NHS money. The key innovation is the indexing so that data can be retrieved quickly and easily. This has defeated other projects in the past but we‘ve managed to solve this working closely with our software partner, CCube Solutions. Our system is applicable to any hospital in the country and is a significant contribution to meeting the Government’s target of hospitals being paper light.”

    Professor Mike Pearson
    Consultant physician
    Aintree University Hospital