Sheffield Children’s goes live with real-time patient flow system
Sheffield Children’s is marching forwards with its digitisation of wards, with the implementation of a patient flow system and digital whiteboards.
North West London ICS chooses the DrDoctor portal
North West London ICS is helping to redistribute capacity across its four trusts, with the DrDoctor portal, which allows patients to manage appointments.
Alcidion’s Miya Noting enhances clinician experience at South Tees
Clinicians at South Tees Hospitals have highlighted the positive impacts of Miya Noting, a digital noting solution which saves time and simplifies working.
blueBriX digital health platform expands into pharmaceutical sector
Digital health platform blueBriX is expanding into the pharma sector, supporting the use of software as a medical device to drive patient experience.
Inhealthcare partners with NHS Scotland to expand remote monitoring
NHS Scotland’s remote monitoring programme is being expanded thanks to a digital platform from Inhealthcare, with blood pressure one of the newest pathways.
NHS England online service aims to eradicate hepatitis C
A new digital service from NHS England and Preventx aims to improve diagnostics for hepatitis C to help reach the goal of eradicating the virus by 2030.
UHBW improve patient safety with digital innovation from System C
Digital clinical noting from System C has enabled Bristol Royal Hospital for Children’s (BRHC) busy paediatric ED to reduce reliance on paper forms.
EarSwitch wins grant to develop hearing aids with medical monitoring
A grant from UKRI will allow EarSwitch to develop, test and trial its EarMetrics technology allowing a range of metrics to be taken all via a hearing aid.
Medway virtual ward strategy enables drug administration at home
The use of innovative medical technology from Vygon has boosted the virtual ward strategy at Medway NHS Foundation Trust, saving money and bed days.
Accurx launches Accumail to improve cross-care communication
Accurx has launched its free Accumail feature nationally to primary care users in order to help GPs communicate more easily with other professionals.