IEG4 have launched its Continuing Healthcare end to end digital solution, CHC2DST, to deliver efficiencies projected to be in excess of £1million per annum for Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) and improve patient care and to improve Delayed Transfer of Care (DToC). Developed in collaboration with five Cheshire CCGs and Harrogate and District NHS foundation trust, IEG4’s c ...
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EK Services sign with IEG4
EK Services has signed with IEG4 on behalf of three Kent councils – Canterbury City, Dover District and Thanet District. IEG4 will provide New Claim and eCIC online forms to these three new customers. ...
Leeds City Council signs with IEG4
IEG4 has won a competitive tender to provide our e-claim solution to Leeds City, the second largest council in England. This means that IEG4 is now the supplier of Benefits forms to each of the largest three councils in England (the largest being Birmingham City, and the third, Sheffield City). This is a significant win, and testament to both our excellent product offering and ...
IEG4 supports the NHS focus to Improve efficiency in Hospital Discharge.
Innovative software developer, IEG4 has been chosen to partner with the NHS to develop and test software solutions to drive efficiencies in hospital discharge processes in collaboration with Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust. NHS England, through the Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) Healthcare competition, has awarded IEG4 a development contract to help transform hospital discharge difficulties within which make daily news.
OneVu and OpenProcess v1.1
The latest version of OneVu and OpenProcess deliver functionality to enable unparalleled channel shift and digital delivery.
Intelligent service delivery for Revs & Bens
By integrating a suite of intelligent forms directly into the main revenues and benefits system, Central Bedfordshire has streamlined processes and improved the citizen user experience.
Europe’s largest council halves time to fill in benefit form
Birmingham City Council has seen 100% take up of its new ‘intuitive’ digital benefits form, which has halved the time it takes claimants to fill in.
King’s Lynn & West Norfolk Council’s co-developed system brings efficiency savings & improved consumer experience
Meeting Care Act requirements with digital innovation
Why did eight councils, the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG)'s Local Digital campaign and an SME come together to create Application Programme Interfaces (APIs) for all councils to use?
Autumn 2016 - Software Release
We've made some cool new functionality available this Autumn. All designed to enable you to work smarter.