MD Consents appointed as a G-Cloud supplier
Fertility Consent and Healthcare Consents are now both available on the government’s Digital Marketplace as part of G-Cloud 12. This is a major boost for MDC’s services, enabling public sector bodies an easy, seamless way to purchase our secure online consenting platforms.
Procurement professionals can access Fertility Consent and Healthcare Consents through the G-Cloud front-end Digital Marketplace catalogue for a comprehensive overview of the main features and benefits as well as detailed service and technical information.
Fertility Consent is a secure, online platform for fertility clinics that delivers a robust and efficient informed consent process to patients. Automating manual, paper-based systems improves clinic efficiency, streamlines processes, protects patient information and frees up nursing resources.
Online forms, educational videos and a complete audit trail ensures clinics can meet the strict requirements set out by The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA).
Healthcare Consents is an equally secure online platform specifically designed more generally for any healthcare area. The solution’s robust and efficient informed consent process for patients ensures healthcare organisations can deliver an safe, online patient experience while meeting any requirements demanded by the industry’s regulatory bodies.
The G-Cloud framework was launched in 2012 and has revolutionised how the public sector accesses innovative solutions like those provided by MD Consents.
Commenting on the appointment to G-Cloud, Tony Marven, CTO at MD Consents said:
“A cloud-first approach has underpinned our business from the outset. It enables us to deliver electronic consent solutions that improve the patient experience and remove much of the administrative burden for clinics. Being listed on the government’s Digital Marketplace opens new opportunities up for us and ensures we can reach a broader spectrum of clinics, clinic groups and hospitals by making our vital services more readily available to them.”