More time to care for patients.
- Reduction in senior nursing time spent managing patient flow.
- Reduced bed cleaning, because of automated messaging of a dedicated bed cleaning team.
- Automated portering requests without the need for multiple call or bleeps.
- Total visibility of patients moving through trusts in real-time through ward-based interactive whiteboards.
- Improved communication across trusts, reducing the need for phone calls and lengthy meetings about bed availability and giving staff time to prepare for the arrival of patients.
More time to care too.
- Patients get to the appropriate specialist beds the first time.
- By automating administrative tasks and reducing time wasted tracking down patients, doctors have more time to direct clinical care.
- Total visibility of patients in real-time through ward-based interactive whiteboards.
- Better experience for patients with reduced waiting times and being allocated the right bed the first time.
More control with real-time data to enable rapid rapid decision-making and transparency across multiple sites.
- Provides insight and data to make operational efficiencies
- More information to support forward planning and maintaining planned surgical activity during times of high demand of unplanned care
- Real-time visibility of the bed state and expected demand, resulting in fewer and shorter bed meetings
- Beds will be made available quicker for patients that need them
- Improved flow means patients will access care in the right place and will leave hospital with fewer delays
- There will be less pressure to open emergency wards and escalation beds