Choosing a networked solution

INRstar is centrally hosted on the NHS N3 network.

Our networked solution means that you can access INRstar from any N3 connected computer across the entire NHS. This enables you to facilitate the sharing of data and resources across your service whilst being confident that all your information is safely stored (and backed up) on our secure remote servers.

“As it is a unified, networked system it means that I can access and review practices remotely and don’t physically have to go there. The new reporting system (INRstar analytics) really helps us.”
Emma-Jane Roberts, Deputy Director of Strategy and Implementation, Leicester City CCG

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Who uses INRstar’s networked solution?

INRstar networks are springing up all over the UK, to provide consistent and joined up patient care.

Our software is used by all types of service providers from small GP practices, pharmacies and out-of-hours services to hospitals with many thousands of patients. Whatever your size and however you deliver your service, our flexible and networked solution can meet your needs. Best of all, INRstar can be deployed right across a Clinical Commissioning Group or Local Health Board area.

Benefits of using a hosted, networked solution

  • Continuity of care and management of safety issues associated with transfer from Secondary into Primary Care and vice versa.
  • Manages all your anticoagulation patients in one place; giving you a crucial bird’s eye view of your whole patient population
  • Accessible from any nationwide N3 connected computer, facilitating the sharing of data and resources
  • Non-testing locations can access their registered patients’ records via a View Only Licence
  • Centrally hosted on the NHS N3 network so no local hosting, maintenance or manual updates
  • All data stored (and backed up) on secure remote servers
  • Regular updates mean that all users are kept up-to-date with our latest software and service developments, including new anticoagulation drugs and associated guidelines