PCMIS is interoperable with a range of systems and national database tools designed to help maximise service efficiency.

Seamless links with the NHS Spine, clinical system providers and digital administration tools can help to link mental health information with an individuals wider care record, facilitating continuity of care and helping maintain consistent and up to date treatment or demographic data.


Maximise service efficiency

In PCMIS you can quickly validate NHS numbers to link up mental health treatment with a patient’s wider care record, update GP records to ensure accuracy or validate service user address details with ease.

These automations help administrative staff save time on manual entry and cross referencing, enabling services to maximise efficiency.

Our current Interoperability partners


NHS Spine supports the IT infrastructure for health and social care in England.

NHS Spine integration allows PCMIS users to match, validate and update patient records automatically.

Loqate allows you to quickly find addresses and add them to your system by typing in the postcode.

The system increases the speed of data entry and ensures that you have accurate addresses in your system.




InterSystems Trakcare is a unified healthcare information system. Using Health Level 7 (HL7) international standards for the transfer of clinical and administrative data, PCMIS can link with Trakcare to enable services to view an individual’s mental healthcare data alongside other care information.

Our Trakcare interoperability is designed to be secure and seamless, reducing duplication and enabling integrated care.


Graphnet’s CareCentric is a cloud-based platform that combines health and social care data from multiple disciplines to create a single, secure Shared Care Record.

Our CareCentric integration provides seamless and secure interoperability to allow PCMIS users access to fully integrated records that collate and display data from diverse care sectors within the community, including hospitals, GPs, community care and social care.

This improves digital communication and collaboration, allowing clinicians to deliver more efficient patient-centred care planning.