To modernise the Trust’s technology environment and offer flexibility to workforce
HP has signed an agreement with Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust to improve patient care and create savings for the NHS organisation over the five to seven years of the contract.
Under the agreement, HP will modernise the Trust’s technology environment to enable its workforce to work flexibly and deliver improved mental and physical healthcare in both in-patient and community services.
HP will also assist the Trust in delivering real business change which will benefit approximately 800,000 people the Trust serves across North London.
In addition, HP Enterprise Services will provide an array of outsourced services to support a fully managed desktop including applications hosting, network management, data centre services and remote support services, said HP.
HP enterprise services UK and Ireland Government transport and healthcare vice-president Graham Lay said this is a strategic contract for HP Enterprise Services which will be delivered under the Desktop 21 framework as part of HP’s wider commitment to delivering efficiencies to government.
"HP will significantly transform the Trust’s current IT services and work with the Trust to deliver a range of healthcare business offerings which will meet their changing business needs," Lay said.