The London Clinic has selected Hyland Healthcare’s enterprise information platform OnBase to digitise and manage clinical documents.

The platform will deliver a complete image-enabled patient record while complementing the hospital’s existing Acuo vendor neutral archive.

The London Clinic is working with IT partner Arkphire to leverage OnBase organisation-wide.

It is hoped the move will help to optimise workflows and performance across the hospital and by integrating with its existing Meditech electronic patient records and other core clinical software applications, the platform will improve medical data management plus reduce operational costs.

James Maunder, CIO at The London Clinic, said: “We have a long-standing relationship with Hyland and value the team’s commitment to delivering cost-effective solutions that add real value to our hospital. OnBase is at the very heart of our journey to a paper-free and digitally-transformed organisation and we welcome the opportunity to develop this partnership further.”

The London Clinic is already using Hyland’s enterprise imaging solutions and follows in the footsteps of Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust, who announced last month their adoption of the technology.

Haroon Iqbal, Hyland’s EMEA healthcare account manager, added: “By connecting all departments and specialties, healthcare staff and patients will have secure access to information, such as medical records and consent forms, from anywhere – including mobile devices. There aren’t many private health care facilities in the UK where such depth of patient insight is available, and we know from other markets that these are aspects valued by patients and clinicians alike.’’