What can Trusts do today to get the right information to the right people at the right time, when their decisions & actions will have the great impact on patients’ health?
The core problem – inefficient, erroneous, missed, or delayed communication – can be addressed with a patient-centric, unified communication platform. Learn keys to success in building a powerful communication platform; from simple Voice, Secure Texting & Image Sharing, to a fully unified collaboration solution that integrates across your critical systems like EPR, scheduling systems, medical devices, nurse call systems and many more. Reducing process time, number of steps & making your teams more efficient.
In this webinar we will examine 3 critical elements to consider when building a unified platform:
– Expanding interoperability to support cohesive, collaborative clinical communications
– Integrating alerts & alarms
– Support for future innovation
To help us explore these elements and the issues with communication and collaboration within care teams in the NHS, we have invited leading CNIO’s to talk about their personal experiences with inefficient communication solutions, the problems they face daily and how this can be improved.
- Kevin Percival, CNIO, Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust
- Paula Wright, Chief Nursing Informatics Officer & Clinical Safety Officer, Bridgewater Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
- Dana Peco, MSN,BSN,CCRN, Sr. Manager, Clinical Development, Care Communications/Voalte
Hannah Crouch, Editor, Digital Health