Xenplate is a mobile product development platform that is approved for front line patient use and is hosted both on the Internet and in N3 (NHS Private Network) using L2S2 United Kingdom ISO 27001 accredited hosting facilities. The company is regularly audited by the British Standards Institute (BSI) for ISO 27001, ISO 9001, ISO 13495 and CMDCAS and NHS Digital have inspected and approved L2S2 to hold a national Hospital Episode Statistics (HES) license to enable quality and service improvement in the NHS.
Xenplate is has approved interfaces to both primary care (EMIS / TPP SystmOne) and secondary care systems. Given acceptable governance and data sharing agreements are put in place, medical products based on Xenplate can often save many tens of months and associated development costs by leveraging the platform's tested capabilities. L2S2 is accredited to design, manufacture and sell medical devices (ISO 13485) and although many health and medical products start as non-medical devices it is often necessary to consider re-implementing the product as a medical device if use changes. Using Xenplate streamlines this process and allows pragmatic deployment and scaleability.
A product based on Xenplate is used by the South Western Ambulance Trust (SWAST) for their crew validations (about 3,000 per year), the Royal College of Emergency Medicine use an audit system based on Xenplate for their national accident and emergency audits and monitoring Winter Flow in A&E departments. The United Kingdom Emergency Medical Team use a product SATIS based on Xenplate to run the Electronic Patient Record (EPR) system and IT systems in their deployable field hospital. Xenplate is used by Public Health England to collect daily A&E data directly from Emergency Department systems in more than 4) NHS Hospital Trusts for predictive disease modelling of syndromic disease.