Welcome to Interface Clinical Services Ltd (ICS). Established almost 10 years ago, we deliver clinical projects in around 3,000 GP practices and hospitals throughout the UK each year. Some of the projects are funded by the NHS, and some are funded by industry partners. Most of our staff are experienced pharmacists, so medicines management and medicines optimisation are second nature, but we do much more in addition. All of our services can be broadly summarised as follows.
- Care insight – our proprietary analytics and highly skilled staff give you unrivalled insight into the current treatment regime in order to enhance your knowledge, your services and your performance.
- Care optimisation – intelligent care insight enables our experienced clinical team to work with you to create interventions that are tailored to the needs of your patients, with outcomes and key performance indicators that are highly measurable. We can deliver the intervention programmes for you, or we can empower your existing team.
- Care integration – great care often exists, but sometimes needs joining up. Our clinical team can help to coordinate the delivery of care to patient populations, for example working as an interface between the hospital, social care and primary care teams that support patients in care homes, or coordinating the care of patients using anticoagulation services.
Interface Clinical Services is attending Management in Practice Birmingham
Interface Clinical Services is attending the Management in Practice event at The National Conference Centre in Birmingham on the 15th September to offer advice and expertise on the 2015/16 QOF year and *FREE QOF health checks* to all Emis Web and SystmOne users.Read more
Who Gives a QOF? As featured in Management in Practice Magazine
Interface Clinical Services' article 'Who Gives a QOF? What QOF 2015/16 really means for your practice' is featured in the Spring 2015 issue of Management in Practice Magazine.Read more
ICS AF study featured in The Primary Care Cardiovascular Journal
Interface Clinical Services' recent stroke risk study in partnership with NHS Central Manchester CCG has been featured in the latest issue of The Primary Care Cardiovascular Journal (PCCJ). The study aims to quantify the increasing number of patients requiring anticoagulation when using the CHA2DS2VASC assessment tool as opposed to the CHADS2 score.Read more
Clinical Pharmacists- The saviours of the NHS?
An aging population, a shortage of GPs and increasing pressure on general practices is causing many to question whether pharmacists could be better utilised within primary care. The real question is why are pharmacists not already being better utilised in primary care?Read more
ICS is awarded NHS Business Partner Status
Interface Clinical Services (ICS) have been awarded Level 1 NHS Business Partner status, the highest level awarded to non- NHS organisations, and an upgrade to their previous, Level 2 Commercial Third Party status and an official recognition of their continuing partnership with the NHS.Read more