The technology has been rolled out across the adult wards, meaning staff are now recording details of a patient’s vital signs on tablets instead of paper.
Nurses and clinicians at at the trust use the system to collect clinical data throughout a patient’s journey through A&E.
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The aim was to create a seamless region-wide service which prevented children falling through gaps and to keep track of their movements.
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The trust has introduced a new system which includes a patient administration system (PAS), a theatre management system and e-Referrals.
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Deploying a core hospital system is a major undertaking for any Trust and can carry significant risk. System C has developed a standard deployment methodology, based on over 25 years of tried and tested experience leading to a 100% success rate.
System C’s CareFlow Vitals has been launched across all 52 wards at the trust’s two main hospital sites and means they are all paper-free for observations.
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The comprehensive commitment can be seen as the most significant interoperability move yet by a major supplier operating in the UK health and care market.
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The shared system will combine 708,000 child health records from acute hospitals, CCGs, local authorities and GP practices in the South West.