GP & Primary Care Givers

Enabling efficient and cost effective non-clinical care across health, social care and community settings.
A truly integrated social prescribing platform. 

Signum Health’s i-Navigator provides a digital solution to enable GPs, nurses and other primary care professionals to electronically refer people to a range of local, non-clinical services and activities.

Our servers are hosted within The Health and Social Care Network, ensuring a safe virtual place to connect health professionals to local services, and to access and share information in a more reliable, flexible and efficient way.

Features

Online Service Directory

Auto updates lists of relevant health
services.

Clinical System Integration

Information is shared quickly between different systems.

Secure Interfaces

Share data securely to provide better patient care

Decision Support

Rule based templates for fast and appropriate referrals

Local Connection (API)

Connects providers across multiple
settings

360 Feedback

Outcome data returned from outside of the
NHS

Benefits

Increased Access

Social Prescribing in Primary Care has been shown to reduce unnecessary GP appointments and A&E attendances by 24% and 28% respectively.
GPs who proactively use social
prescribing have more time to spend with patients with complex medical
conditions.

Cost Effective

i-navigator supports Primary Care staff to effectively and appropriately ‘socially prescribe’, saving time and money.
Other benefits including fewer drug prescriptions being issued, fewer follow-up appointments, and empowered patients who are more engaged with their own healthcare.

Flexible

i-navigator can be used from any device as a standalone product, or integrated with your existing systems.
The flexibility of the i-navigator platform also means it can accommodate your current Social Prescribing offering, linking with existing databases and enhancing your work flows.

Commissioners

Signum Health creates your own local digital hub, with single sign-on, safe data sharing, sign-posting and individual well-being portals. Measure outcome data to help shape further service provision, evidence effective provision and create a shared local health economy that involves cross sector partnerships.

If you would like to find out more about how we can support local STP programmes, please contact us and we will arrange a demonstration and link to our commissioning brief.