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What is the HSCN?

The Health and Social Care Network (HSCN) will provide a reliable and efficient way for health and social care organisations to access and exchange information.

We’re delighted to be an accredited Consumer Network Service Provider (CNSP) and we’re committed to helping our customers with the transition to the HSCN.

Our new catalogue of simple-to-procure network solutions make sure that health and social care professionals can access the right information at the right time, no matter where they’re working.

We have years of experience delivering complex services to health and social care organisations, experience that you can rely on to help you migrate seamlessly to the HSCN.

How BT can help you move to the HSCN

Moving to the HSCN brings new possibilities for the digital transformation of health and social care. By choosing BT, you’re choosing a provider who’ll take the hassle out of your transformation, and give you access to:

  • The UK’s largest fibre network
  • The UK’s biggest, fastest mobile network
  • The UK’s largest wi-fi network

We also work with world-class partners to ensure you get the best tools and devices to make it easier to make lives better.

  • Mobile devices
  • Clinical apps and apps for your sector
  • Hosted cloud services like Microsoft 365 and cloud-based phone systems

Connectivity in the NHS

We worked with iGov to commission a survey to find out what factors are driving the IT strategy of NHS organisations.

Moving from N3 to HSCN is having a big impact across all organisations. But some are further along on the journey than others.

Collaboration, mobility and doing more for less are all key priorities. And, not surprisingly, doing this securely is a concern across all organisations surveyed.

N3 SP contract arrangements finished earlier this year. But don’t worry, we’ll continue to support your existing services until you’re ready to migrate to HSCN services. You can trust us to make your migration to the HSCN simple, straightforward, and successful.  

To find out more about connectivity in the NHS, watch our video today. Plus get the full picture by downloading the report.

Take a phased approach to your move to the HSCN

Phase 1

1. HSCN Network catalogue

2. Collaboration and audio conferencing services

3. Managed video conferencing services

4. Hosted cloud voice service

Phase 2

1. NerveCentre workflow

2. BT Mobile - including devices

3. TotalMobile workflow

4. Remote access for HSCN

Phase 3

1. HSCN cloud connectivity (Azure/Office 365)

2. Managed Wi-Fi

3. BT & EE Mobile voice and data

4. Managed cloud security

Beyond Phase 3

We'll continue to invest and innovate to further enhance the products and services we offer to our health and government customers.

Videos, downloads and webinars

HSCN Summit South

At the recent HSCN Summit South, we spoke to lots of organisations about their digital transformation plans and their biggest HSCN challenges. You can get a flavour for the day here.

Download a copy of our new catalogue

The new Health and Social Care Network (HSCN) is a secure, reliable network for the effective flow of information between people and organisations. Our catalogue contains everything you’ll need for a smooth transition.

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View our HSCN webinar

Watch our web-based presentation where we outlined how we’re responding to the opportunities presented by the Health and Social Care Network.

Start the webinar

Why BT? The health story

We’re helping health and care organisations meet the rising demand for high quality healthcare.

We’re already helping health and social care organisations with their digital transformation

Southern Health and Social Care Trust

With 140 premises and 70 legacy platforms, Northern Ireland’s SHSCT was in need of modernisation. Find out how BT did it without disruption.

SHSCT news report

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