Servelec’s Rio EPR and Mayden’s iaptus digital care record for psychological therapies are now interoperable to provide a more joined up view of patients.
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Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust has gone live with a digital bed management solution from Servelec, replacing several paper-based systems.
Servelec has been acquired by the health and social care division of The Access Group – as the latter looks to offer integrated solutions.
The acquisition will enable Servelec to offer social prescribing through its Rio electronic patient record and Mosaic social care case management software.
Servelec is one of the first to connect to the National Event Management Service to provide digital messages to trusts from multiple organisations.
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The solution is built on Servelec’s Conexes interoperability platform and was designed and developed by the council to support hospital discharge processes.
Integrated care systems will need to have interoperability embedded if true joined up health and care is to be achieved, a healthcare supplier has said.
Using the Servelec’s Flow solution the trust gains an end-to-end view of a patient journey, replacing time consuming manual processes.
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