AN EXCLUSIVE ONE DAY LEADERSHIP SUMMIT BRINGING TOGETHER NHS EXECUTIVES TO EXPLORE IT STRATEGIES TO DELIVER EXCELLENCE AND FACILITATE COLLABORATION IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE SETTINGS.
A targeted summit to focus on recognising the best use and adoption practices for healthcare IT in Europe. The perfect context for networking and problem solving, the audience of invited guests can enjoy presentations from fellow health CIOs and other health information leaders. Throughout the day a range of influential speakers and thought leaders will be tackling the topical issue of ‘surviving major transformational change’, this will include topics such as; organisational and whole system transformation, EPR deployment, the benefits of going paperless, being able to maintain clinical engagement in times of transformational change and redefining the boundaries between health and social care. Guests will also have the opportunity to take part in the interactive sessions and the panel discussion.
Fortrus announces today that their customer South Essex Partnership University NHS Trust have successfully implemented e-forms as part of its Integrated Digital Care Record and all ward monitoring is now done through electronic forms.
Fortrus are the leading provider to the NHS of ‘User Experience’ software design and development. Pioneers of ‘Genius Design’, Fortrus will be delivering a managed service approach to User Experience which will engage Clinicians, non-clinical users, and external organisations who require access to the PFHR.
Fortrus are delighted to announce that NMUH successfully went live last week with ‘Unity’ an Electronic Document Management System (EDMS), which forms part of the Trust wide EMR project to be fully digital by 2017 at the very latest, ensuring all patient records are digitally available at the point of care.
NUH has gone live with ‘Unity’ as part of a Trust-wide programme to create a Digital Health Record (DHR) constructed from scanning paper medical records and amalgamating patient demographic data, structured data from a multitude of hospital systems, and other information sources.
Fortrus’s Unity solution will provide a single point of access to multiple clinical information systems that exist within the Trust currently as well as digitised records originating from paper and to new dynamic eforms. Access will be from both
Musadiq Subar, IT Programme Manager and Clinical Technical Advisor, North Middlesex University Hospital (NMUH), spoke at HIMSS UK’s Executive Leadership Summit in London regarding their quest to improve technology in their hospital