The System C & Graphnet Care Alliance brings together three leading providers of integrated IT solutions for the health and social care market.

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System C Healthcare

Provider of modern, easy-to-use, integrated clinical and administrative IT solutions to the NHS

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Graphnet Health

The UK’s foremost supplier of integrated care record software to the NHS, social and care services

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The UK’s fastest-growing supplier of software for Local Authority social care and education management services

The Care Alliance is a strategic partnership delivering a digital blueprint to transform health and social care through advanced and integrated technology.

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Global Digital Exemplar

Our digital exemplar blueprint


Creating a digital hospital at University Hospitals Bristol

Watch our GDE blueprint story so far

We are a GDE and LHCRE partner

We are deploying our digital blueprint with University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust, our partner in NHS England’s Global Digital Exemplar (GDE) programme, The Whittington Health NHS Trust, our GDE ‘fast follower’ Trust, and also with Greater Manchester, our partner in the Local Health and Care Record Digital Exemplar (LHCRE) programme.

Want to become a blueprint partner?
Watch the video on the left to find out more about our vision and work to date with Bristol, or click LHCRE-and-GDE-Partner-Whitehere to read more.

We work in partnership with health and social care providers


Local authorities with social service responsibilities use our Liquidlogic software


Total population covered by CareCentric shared records is in excess of 12 million


Medical records for 5.4 million children are managed using our CarePlus Child Health software


Trusts use our Medway Electronic Patient Record solution


Trusts use our Medway Maternity system


Trusts use our Business Intelligence solutions


Trusts use our CareFlow Connect communication and co-ordination platform and Vitals e-Observations systems