The Digital Health Passport has been awarded to the London Procurement Partnership (LPP)’s Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for Health & Social Care Apps.

You can view the Digital Health Passport on ORCHA’s LPP DPS portal (registration required).

London Procurement Partnership (LPP)

NHS LPP develops and manages collaborative procurement projects on behalf of its members including acute, community and mental health trusts, as well as clinical commissioning groups.

LPP operates as a centre of commercial excellence that delivers significant and sustainable cost and service improvements to all stakeholders, primarily in the London NHS economy but also outside London. There are 46 organisations within the NHS LPP membership along with clinical commissioning groups.

The Health & Social Care Apps Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS)

A Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) is a completely electronic system used by a Contracting Authority (buyer) to purchase commonly used goods, works or services.  It is an ‘open market’ solution designed to provide buyers with access to a pool of pre-qualified suppliers.

The NHS LPP Health and Social Care Apps DPS provides the public sector with a way to compliantly procure condition-specific apps to meet health and social care needs; supporting patients, clinicians and non-clinical staff.