Events & exhibitions

We participate in a number of events across the country and we would like to invite you to visit us at a convenient location for you. We are happy to discuss new technology innovations with you, advise you on your software requirements or simply offer you industry related advice. Keep checking this page for updates to discover where you can meet us. Look forward to meeting you soon!

Healthcare Excellence Through Technology, HETT 1st and 2nd October, ExCel London

Visit us on stand H36

Talk to us about how effective deployment of technology can reduce the pressure on your specialty departmental teams in secondary care in one flexible, adaptable system that serves the requirement of multi-specialty Trust EMR.

CareHub manages specialty-specific clinical workflows through different patient pathways including comprehensive clinical datasets for diabetes, gastroenterology, rheumatology, ophthalmology, obesity and has the structure to support other specialties, using interoperability standards to provide access to data in real-time at the point of patient care.

Discover how we have helped improve efficiencies and patient outcomes through the use of our solutions along with interfaces to other key hospital systems to deliver integrated, paperless care.

Come and hear our perspective on the impact technology makes to enable operational efficiencies and interoperability

The Integration and Interoperability Theatre at 3.45pm on the 1st October

In the world of interoperability is the concept of a single EMR outdated?

Effective deployment of technology to reduce the pressure on your specialty departmental teams in secondary care in one flexible, adaptable system that serves the requirement of multi-specialty Trust  EMR.

Through the provision of multi-specialty patient and clinic management software and integration with a wide range of other hospital systems, we are enabling healthcare providers to dedicate more time to the patient and less to the management of data between systems.  Shared security, reporting, audit, interfaces to PAS, Pathology, Document Management and other systems deliver economies of scale and unified ways of working for different clinical specialties in a single solution.

We are enabling medical professionals to accurately capture, record and report on a wide range of patient data; giving them access to real-time information to improve patient care and the ability to satisfy a number of Information Governance requirements and regulations.

A flexible, adaptable system to meet the interoperability needs of the modern Trust.

Diabetes Professional Care, 29th and 30th October 2019, London Olympia

Visit us on stand G26

Talk to us about how a single care system can handle paediatric and adult diabetes patients giving a smooth transition between the two. Discover how we have helped improve efficiencies and patient outcomes through the use of our solutions along with interfaces to other key hospital systems to deliver integrated, paperless care.

Come and hear how our customer has made a successful journey through digital transformation

Commissioning and Integrated Care Theatre at 12.00 pm on the 29th October

Interoperability through major digital transformation – insights into the successful journey of an Acute Trust

Presented by:

Stephanie Tarpey, Clinical Systems Team Manager, IM&T Department, The Northern Care Alliance ,The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust, North Manchester General Hospital

Critical to the success of a major technology project is a champion who understands the trust processes and workflows as well as the supporting software. Bringing the two sides together to collaborate by adjusting and adapting both the ways of working but also the technology.

Learning outcomes:

  • Collaboration, the most effective approach in facilitating digital transformation
  • Knowledge, sharing information and access to technology education to empower your staff
  • The benefits of consolidating data from multiple sources into one single view
  • Measuring progress including quality of care, departmental and individual performance – audits

 

Come and hear how our software supports clinicians to achieve integrated diabetes care for a better patient outcome

CV CLinic at 13:30 pm on the 30th October

Effective deployment of technology to reduce the pressure on the diabetes team in secondary care

Working with the NHS to facilitate integrated care across combined clinical and patient data. Recognising the importance of software platform flexibility, its ability to scale and accommodate the constantly evolving integrations and care guidelines. Shared security, reporting, audit, interfaces to PAS, Pathology, Document Management and other systems deliver economies of scale and unified ways of working.

Through the successful deployment of our web-based diabetes patient management solutions, we are enabling medical professionals to accurately capture, record and report on a wide range of patient data; giving them access to real-time information to improve patient care and the ability to satisfy a number of Information Governance requirements and regulations.

A flexible, adaptable system to meet the needs of the modern trust.

Learning outcomes: 

  • Understanding and utilising existing technology to:
    • Improve patient interaction and care
    • Reduce manual work and paper use
    • Enable access to patient information in real-time
    • Meet policy standards and guidelines
  • Tool for multidisciplinary diabetes team communication

NAMEM 2019

Pencil the 1st and 2nd October 2019 into your diaries and join us at the NAMEM conference, taking place this year in the Celtic Royal Hotel, Caernarfon, North Wales. The event Read More..

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