For healthcare providers, new technologies can revolutionise working methods and transform patient care.
The NHS in England has undergone unprecedented reorganisation and is rapidly approaching tipping point in the sustainability of the services it provides. According to the NHS England Five Year Forward Views a £30 billion saving is needed, as well extensive changes to the health service in order to offer the same quality of care on a reduced budget.
By equipping health workers with new mobile technology, the Department of Health reports that significant increases in productivity can be achieved. Huge increases have already been recorded, while the duplication of data can be greatly reduced, freeing up clinical time by up to 92% and reducing travel time by up to 33%*.
* Source: National Mobile Health Worker Project: Final Report, Department of Health, 2013
Today’s healthcare providers are facing tougher challenges than ever before. Our Healthcare guide will help you discover the latest trends in healthcare provision – and the opportunities available for organisations like yours to improve the quality of patient care while reducing costs.
The guide introduces you to innovative strategies, tools and techniques that will help you:
Our infographic offers a clear picture of how new ways of delivering frontline services can help you improve your level of care.
See how to make the best use of your carers’ time and enable them to make better decisions at the point of care, while empowering patients
Get on the road to becoming a successful healthcare provider by following our ten steps.
Discover how to create better personalised care plans and give patients their independence, as well as reducing administration to make it easier for your employees to access key services.
We believe that to achieve real change, the NHS needs to transform the way it works. Technology is key to this process, helping to deliver higher quality care at a lower cost.
In our review, we look at how we can help your organisation respond to today’s challenges. We identify nine trends driving change and opening opportunities, and highlight some of the ways we’re already meeting healthcare demands across the UK.
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