• To care appropriately means to share appropriately (Caldicott 2)

    Your partner for effective healthcare information sharing

  • Architecture - plus Interoperability

    Sharing healthcare information depends on appropriate information systems, and effective and appropriate connections between them.

    Our services

    ...support suppliers, healthcare providers and regional and national initiatives to ensure that the information sharing that matters to them is done as efficiently and productively as possible.


    Our services include:

    • Strategy
    • Project Management
    • Enterprise & Solution Architecture
    • Standards and Interoperability advice, guidance and training
    • Technical editing and content development for standards and specifications
  • Health in All Policies

    Health data is vital in providing evidence for the decision-making, implementation and evaluation of all policies across sectors.

    An information architecture

    Defining how information can be shared between people, organisations and their computer systems, would provide leaders and policy-makers with:

    • the ability to request data in a clear simple and unambiguous way
    • a consistent use of data across all projects
    • a standardised, scalable and reusable way of evaluating each initiative
    • the ability to interoperate more effectively 
    We have developed an approach to generating synthetic patient data that can be used to support Health in All Policies. Please see our Products documents for a list of the services we offer and our Solutions documents for how these can be applied to different use cases.
  • Medical Imaging

    Ramsey Systems is working with Laitek to provide medical imaging and data management solutions.

  • Our Expertise

    Through many projects about information sharing and interoperability, we have in-depth subject matter expertise as well as broad experience and insight.

    For example:

    • HL7® standards including HL7® FHIR®: we offer a facilitated workshop to help you apply FHIR® to your information sharing and integration requirements.
    • Medical Imaging including large scale use of the DICOMSM standard for data integration.
    • Document Management and Electronic Forms: reducing use of paper and easing migration from paper to digital processes.
    • Supporting patient engagement and self-management, and fuller communications between healthcare professionals and patients and carers, through digital services (apps).
    • Analysis and design of integration payloads, using interoperability standards where appropriate together with other techniques such as Domain Specific Languages.
  • What we do

    We help you care appropriately by helping you share healthcare information

    as efficiently and productively as possible.

    For example:

    • We can help you tackle a specific problem in a short series of focussed workshops.
    • One of our consultants can work alongside your team for a period to transfer knowledge and establish good practice.
    • We can provide flexible ongoing support through the lifespan of a longer programme of work.
  • Our Blog

    June 7, 2018 · Hmmm Squad,synthetic,data,communication
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  • Our Team

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    Charlie McCay

    Managing Director

    Charlie has over 20 years experience working with healthcare information and international standards from HL7, ISO and CEN, to enable effective and safe sharing of information.

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    Allie Short

    Business Analyst

    Allie is a Geography graduate from the University of Exeter, interested in the social determinants and geographies of health. She is currently working on a project to establish an information architecture that supports the scalable reuse of health data, which is vital in providing evidence for the decision-making, implementation and evaluation of all policies across sectors.

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    Harley Johnson

    Data Analyst

    Harley graduated from Liverpool John Moores with a first in Mathematics and has two years experience as a software developer. She is currently working on a problem to understand and illustrate information architectures, using simulations.