Here you will find everything you need to know about digitisation of patient records and medical records, hospital records management, infection control, order communications, digital records management and emergency department (A&E) management.
“I am determined to transform the way our National Health Service uses its wealth of untapped data to improve quality of care, to drive down costs and to give patients control over their own care." - Jeremy Hunt, Secretary of State for Health
The NHS digital challenge is becoming more prominent amongst healthcare institutions across the UK. After the recent announcement from the Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, it’s become clear that electronic document and record management is not an addition anymore, it’s an obligation.
The biggest threat to NHS departments is mismanagement of medical records. This can have a damaging effect on hospitals and can lead to patient data loss. Having one centralised system where all the patient records are held, significantly improves the management of information and makes the hospital journey smoother and more efficient. Moreover, transferring all patient information from paper to one digital repository of data reduces cost, mitigates risk of losing patient data and allows instant access to medical records.
With an additional £1bn government spending boost, and different schemes, such as Tech Fund 1 and Tech Fund 2, hospitals can now make this digital challenge even more feasible.
Ideagen is a UK’s leading solution provider of electronic medical records to the NHS market. With UK based development of innovative and affordable information management solutions, Ideagen continues to deliver real process enhancements to NHS clients throughout the UK and worldwide.
Ideagen specialises in the specification, delivery and support of patient records management solutions. Ideagen’s industry-leading solution, dart E-casenote, is used to scan and digitise all acute and mental health records and create a platform for an electronic medical record with the primary aim for a clear, intuitive access to complex clinical information via a web based solution.
Additionally, clinicians can use eforms to capture information electronically, which can eventually replace all the paper forms used within a hospital environment whilst also viewing integrated GP data.
With an award winning order communication system being used in one of the UK’s largest deployments covering 5 acute hospitals and 150 GPs for both Pathology and Radiology, Ideagen can help any trust lead the way and deliver significant process and operational efficiencies.
With our 100% commitment to customers, partners and employees we have always gone that little bit further to ensure complete customer satisfaction.
Find out how Ideagen can help your trust on the way to digitisation of medical records. Call us today or request a demo to find out more.
It is that time of year again and the Better Connected 2015 results are in! Ideagen are delighted to announce that this year, for the first time, Easysite powered Local Authority sites that have been ranked No.1 by SOCITM Better Connected for their average star rating, achieving on average just under 3 stars.
In a landmark report by the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) in The Daily Telegraph, Ideagen have been identified amongst the 1,000 most exciting small and medium sized enterprises in the UK.
Welcome to the March edition of Ideagen’s GRC roundup! In case you missed our latest acquisition news during the busy period of Christmas shopping, we are bringing you a quick roundup to keep you up-to-date with this latest announcement. On December 18th 2014 Ideagen acquired a Scotland-based software provider, Gael, authors of the well-known Qpulse product. This latest acquisition strengthens Ideagen’s position in the compliance and standards management market and significantly enhances the Group’s Risk Management proposition.
Recent NHS headlines have been dominated by the news on a significant technology funding cut made by the Treasury. Launched in May last year, technology fund reached £240 million with 226 bids worth £360 million been made to it. This week NHS Trusts found out that the affected ‘Integrated Digital Care: Technology Fund’ has been cut by almost £200 million, bringing it down to £43 million.