- Outpatient Digital Developments #NoGoingBack #MagicMorecambeBay Colin Brown, Morecambe Bay Trust CCIO - Outpatient digital developments including Virtual Reality wards for respiratory patients and their patient information system
- Improving patient care through the MaST COVID-19 dashboard - Digitally Enhanced Care Mersey Care focused on identifying and proactively managing the safety of those using mental health services who were particularly vulnerable to relapse during the pandemic, and many were also on the shielded patient list.
- Tele Assistive Technologies - Digitally Enhanced Care with Virtual Services during Covid 19
- As lateral flow testing is being rolled out nationally for the NHS, a number of trusts are now using the solution to digitise their lateral flow testing process and benefiting from real-time reporting, a robust mechanism, and consistent approach with a simple and secure solution, that produces the outputs that Public Health England (PHE) requires
- The use of digital solutions in alleviating the burden of IAPT's waiting times
- Digital health partnership delivery & beyond #NoGoingBack
- 1.6 million patients go ‘digital-first’ with appointment letters and deliver over £2 million savings
- Do Robots Dream of Electronic Testing? presented by Dr Colin Brown, Andy Wicks, Melanie Waszkiel, Laura Neil, Rob O'Neill and Marc Hadwin
- How the Unthinkable triggered the unimaginable
Patient care transforming thanks to innovative technology
Over the past 18 months, University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT) has seen a range of improvements thanks to its increasingly developed Lorenzo Electronic Patient Record (EPR) system.
The EPR is now a golden thread through the way the Trust’s hospitals are run and is being used by staff as soon as a patient enters the hospital via the Emergency Department or Outpatient clinic until they are discharged home. EPR has revolutionised the way staff work and now means that they can access up-to-date patient information instantly, from anywhere in any of the Trust’s three main hospitals, wherever the patient is.By reducing the amount of forms and paper needed, the EPR has also saved the Trust a staggering £196,000.
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