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Making it easier to deliver high quality technology across health and social care.


Illustration of two avatars connected by a dotted line leading to a cogIn the future, the first point of contact for many health and care services will be digital.  This requires technology that enables innovation and communication between systems in order to ensure these services are delivered in the most effective way.

National Digital Platform (NDP) is an open, standards-based platform, supporting technology for the health and care environment. It underpins our commitment to making health and care information and services more accessible. Working with those delivering solutions across health and social care to bring new and existing digital components onto the platform, for re-use.


NDP provides those delivering technology into Health and Social Care in Scotland access to services and components that make this easier. The technology available on the NDP will improve consistency of access to core digital tools and access to data in the health and care system.

Increases innovation

Accelerates interoperability and innovation.

Reusable components

Components that developers can use to deliver new technology across health and care.

Standards compliant

APIs provide a standards-based (FHIR) interface to the Clinical Data Repository (CDR)

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