• Darren Atkins

What does the NHS Digital Exchange look like?

Each digital exchange artefact has a home page that offers the packaged blue prism cloud robotic processes and objects for importing into your technology platform. Remember, the artefacts are designed to meet ESNEFT's standard operating procedures, and it should not be assumed that these artefacts can be blindly launched into production.


It is imperative that due diligence is applied and any consumed artefacts follow in-house governance, where applicable clinical risk assessment and local ICT change procedures.


The artefacts can be used as a whole or in part, and in fact, many modular components can be used in non-related processes.

Each artefact contains a varying range of support documentation. There are demonstration and support videos, process definition documents (PDDs), technical design guides and helpful hints and tips. Some artefacts are nothing more than bot code right now as time hasn't been found to amend the documentation to make it for general use.


While I am not in a position to offer dedicated support, I am more than happy to answer any questions and provide help where I can.


In terms of robotic objects, these are ever-changing and evolving libraries depending upon our Trust's needs. Best practice would encourage developers to extract the actions required for your process and construct their objects. Some objects are very advanced (for example, System C Medway), Others are lighter in content but still provide a useful framework upon which to build.


I hope over time that through collaboration, this library will continue to evolve and expand.

If anyone needs any help, advice or assistance, please feel free to reach out to me.

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