Social Prescribing Software
Social Rx Connect is a social prescribing platform designed by Promatica Digital. It has been created to help health and social care professionals, social prescribers and community organisations to refer individuals as well as organise and analyse their social prescribing efforts.
WHAT IT IS
End-to-end social prescribing solution
We believe in doing things right. With that in mind we've created a full end-to-end solution for the social prescribing system. This solution helps you manage the entire social prescribing pathway.
"The pathway showing the client's journey is quick and easy to use." - Laura Slynn, Link worker
Our software offering
Key features of our software
Different Users, Different Functionalities
Our software is tailored to different users. This way a great number of people and organisations can benefit from and access our system. Think of for instance Clinical Directors, Commissioning teams, Voluntary Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) organisations and link workers.
The great thing is that all these different users can have their own dashboards. In other words, you can view, edit and see what data you require with no added distractions.
Want to receive detailed information on how different users can use our software system, have a look at our brochure!
Complete social prescribing tracking
Within the software system you can keep track of your referrals, individually or as a large group:
- Receive referrals into the service from multiple agencies including GP practices and local authority services or self-referrals
- Send referrals directly from the system to providers
- Track your referrals
- Monitor your outcomes
- Monitor your contracts
Our social prescribing solution provides
AVAILABLE TO MANY
Who can use our solution?
If you offer social prescribing you can use our software and consultancy support. We provide our system for many different services, including self-referral. The customer groups we have found can greatly benefit from our software solution are:
- Clinical Commissioning Groups
- General Practices
- Primary Care Networks
- Housing Associations
- The Voluntary Care Sector
- Social Care & Local Authorities