Docman is pleased to announce it has successfully achieved entry onto a new Clinical and Digital Information Systems (CDIS) framework developed by the NHS London Procurement Partnership (

The CDIS framework will support acute, community and primary care – including mental health, GP practice, Clinical Commissioning Groups, social care, charitable and private healthcare – commissioners and providers. It will give access to a highly flexible suite of software applications, enabling the integration of key clinical and administrative data.

The framework will cover an estimated £800 million to £1.3 billion of IT spend in London and the south and is also available across the United Kingdom.

After a successful tender process Docman has secured a place as part of Lot 3, specifically Lot 3.4 Document Management Services and Lot 3.5 Interoperability and Interfacing.

Ric Thompson, Managing Director, Docman “We’re really pleased to have secured a place on the CDIS framework to support providers manage the digital transfer of care within and between healthcare organisations.”

“We work with over 6,000 GP practices and 125 provider organisations driving efficiencies and delivering better outcomes for patients. We would welcome the opportunity to speak with any providers to discuss how they can benefit from connecting into our eco-system.”

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