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Healthcare

Healthy communication

The NHS is the world’s third biggest employer. Yet its workforce and its patients have traditionally been poorly connected. As patients journey from GP to hospital to community care, continuity is often impaired by an inability to share clinical data across settings. And communication within organisations is equally difficult. Cloud and Mobile technology is finally transforming healthcare. NHS staff are using mobile tools to manage patient flow, escalate care pathways and manage workforce. Clinical teams have connectivity across multiple settings. And integrated platforms are empowering staff with analytics to identify trends, optimise resources and drive productivity.

NURSE

retail

“The ward diary is accessible from my mobile phone so I can always check my shifts, see when other staff members are on the ward, and how many patients we have in at any one time.”

“We are always so busy that it is really useful to be able to quickly find out who is on the ward at any one time. I can instant message colleagues with questions and I can check Consultants’ diaries to confirm patient rounds. It has also been really good from a social point of view. Colleagues have set up various fundraising events pages and we have a car lift-share scheme online which seems to work well. I think overall it’s given us more of a sense of team. Anything that makes our jobs easier so that we can improve patient care has to be a good thing. One of the best features is having access to hospital information online, without having to telephone different departments to find out what you want to know.”

If you want the best, partner with the best. We do. Microsoft.
Our programmes are built using the very best platforms.

Healthcare

Healthy communication

The NHS is the world’s third biggest employer. Yet its workforce and its patients have traditionally been poorly connected. As patients journey from GP to hospital to community care, continuity is often impaired by an inability to share clinical data across settings. And communication within organisations is equally difficult. Cloud and Mobile technology is finally transforming healthcare. NHS staff are using mobile tools to manage patient flow, escalate care pathways and manage workforce. Clinical teams have connectivity across multiple settings. And integrated platforms are empowering staff with analytics to identify trends, optimise resources and drive productivity.

NURSE

retail

“The ward diary is accessible from my mobile phone so I can always check my shifts, see when other staff members are on the ward, and how many patients we have in at any one time.”

“We are always so busy that it is really useful to be able to quickly find out who is on the ward at any one time. I can instant message colleagues with questions and I can check Consultants’ diaries to confirm patient rounds. It has also been really good from a social point of view. Colleagues have set up various fundraising events pages and we have a car lift-share scheme online which seems to work well. I think overall it’s given us more of a sense of team. Anything that makes our jobs easier so that we can improve patient care has to be a good thing. One of the best features is having access to hospital information online, without having to telephone different departments to find out what you want to know.”

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