Faced with the prospect of spiralling support costs on legacy equipment paired with an increasing need for a more reliable data platform, leaders at Western Sussex Hospitals looked to Nutanix for a solution.
Chris Scarisbrick is in no doubt that artificial intelligence is here to stay and that it can transform the efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare. But he also argues that if it is truly to make a difference, procurement processes will need to be changed and vendors closely involved.
AI and Analytics
After making a complex rapid access clinic entirely paper-free, leaders at The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust are now exploring other areas in which its electronic document management system could make a difference – including the management of Covid-19.
Clinical Software 2
The idea of the NHS offering more options for remote consultation and more care outside hospitals is far from a new one. But with Covid it’s taken on a real urgency and led to new demand for vendors working in the sphere. In the first of our Industry Spotlight series, Claire Read speaks to Jonathan Patrick of Consultant Connect about the practicalities of a vendor managing this explosion in interest – and what comes next.
How CDS is supporting better clinical decisions at The Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen Hospitals NHS Trust
Delivering excellent clinical care increasingly involves analysing a mass of complex data. It’s not an easy task. But at The Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust, it’s been made simpler through clinical decision support software.
This Case Study outlines how South Doc Services (SDS) and SDSmyhealthcare launched two new services for Care Homes in their region to help deal with the increasing demand being faced by Primary Care organisations and GP practices, which has been especially highlighted during Covid-19.
Medical data automation for safer and more productive care, how Wirral’s ICU nurses are benefiting from medical device integration.
The current coronavirus global pandemic is having a major impact on health systems around the world and here in the UK. How technology can help alleviate the COVID-19 crisis in the United Kingdom.
Early warning system helps Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust reduce cardiac arrests
Early warning system helps Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust reduce cardiac arrests and identify and respond to other potentially fatal conditions such as sepsis and AKI.
The development of a new hospital site meant a particularly demanding deadline for Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to go paperless. The implementation of a digital system to capture and classify existing paper records has proved a vital component in making it achievable.