Nervecentre is a Mobile Clinical Workflow Platform,
designed for clinicians, in close partnership with over 30 NHS Trusts
What’s new … Nervecentre WISE
Nervecentre WISE is the first fully mobile, complete workflow and information system for ED, managing all interactions with the patient from arrival to the department, through to triage and to being admitted into the hospital – all from the clinicians mobile.
Our clear easy to navigate ED solution provides a safe and effective patient flow software solution while also optimising patient safety by providing real-time patient information at a clinicians fingertips. Features include:
This is just a small sample of our new ED capabilities. Click below for more detail on what the solution achieves.
Our first Nervecentre WISE customer was University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust who we partnered with to replace their previous ED solution to provide a faster more efficient workflow and information system.
John Clarke, Chief Information Officer at Leicester’s Hospitals, said: “With up to 600 patients each day through our Emergency Department, switching to a new electronic workflow and patient information system in the department was a big step up for us, one that we successfully achieved through great team-work between ICT teams, clinical staff and Nervecentre.
Mr Clarke continues, “It was important that we updated our Emergency Department systems to provide a clinically focused platform to support the work of our Emergency Department staff, and provide a fully integrated experience across the hospital, where our clinicians already use Nervecentre extensively for observations, handover and hospital at night. This allowed us to create a single platform to manage patients through their journey with us.”
5th Fastest Growing Technology Company
Nervecentre Software is ranked number 5 in the 2016 Deloitte UK Technology Fast 50, a ranking of the 50 fastest growing technology companies in the UK. Rankings are based on percentage revenue growth over the last four years. Nervecentre Software grew 2702 per cent during this period.
Paul Volkaerts, Founder and CEO of Nervecentre Software said “Being ranked the 5th fastest growing technology company in the UK is fantastic recognition of what Nervecentre Software has achieved since starting 6 years ago. In 2015 we were very proud to achieve 14th place in this prestigious ranking so to now move up even further in the league table really reflects the on-going commitment and passion from everyone at Nervecentre.”
Mr Volkaerts continues “The award also shows how the company is in the perfect position to continue developing and applying new innovations to improve patient safety in hospitals using mobile technology. There are exciting times ahead for Nervecentre Software”
Top 100 Global Digital Health Companies
Over the past three years, the Global Digital Health 100 has become established as an international benchmark of industry activity for mobile, digital and connected technologies in healthcare. This interest from across the industry has meant that 2016 has seen more nominations than in any previous year – with hundreds of companies analysed and assessed to determine which innovators made the final cut.
The 2016 list sets out to identify the most innovative and disruptive health technology companies, from around the world, operating in the mobile, digital and connected care industries today.
Mobile Hospital Platform – Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
Peter Homa, Chief Executive of Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, explains the positive impact to staff and patients of deploying Nervecentre and how the project helped to reduce length of stay.
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“With up to 600 patients each day through our Emergency Department, switching to a new electronic workflow and patient information system in the department with a big step up for us, one that we successfully achieved through great team-work between ICT teams, clinical staff and Nervecentre.
It was important that we updated our Emergency Department systems to provide a clinically focused platform to support the work of our Emergency Department staff, and provide a fully integrated experience across the hospital, where our clinicians already use Nervecentre extensively for electronic observations, handover and hospital at night. This allows us to create a single platform to manage patients through their journey with us.”
“This project with Nervecentre has allowed us to accelerate the implementation of our digital strategy by giving the community hospital ward nurses the ability to enter vital signs data electronically and risk assessments by using mobile devices.”
“The implementation of the Hospital at Night system has hugely improved efficiency and has meant significant improvements in the patient experience”
“The deployment of Nervecentre Software means that we can reduce the burden of paperwork for nurses and clinicians, releasing more time to spend with patients. The use of mobile technology also allows doctors and nurses to have all the tools and information at hand to be able to respond rapidly and effectively to deteriorating patients. Plus, the 24/7 ‘real time’ functionality of the system will ensure continuous patient care from the moment they are admitted through to their discharge.”
“This solution enables us to have visibility of all deteriorating patients so that we can pro-actively intervene improving the care, management and outcomes of patients 24/7, including out of hours periods, and at weekends and bank holidays, when it can be particularly difficult to escalate manually.”
“The mobile technology has made a step change in the way that we communicate with each other. We’ve got a mobile device in the hands of all our nurses, doctors and healthcare assistants so that the crucial information about our patients is available to everyone all of the time. The electronic observations and the handover modules from Nervecentre Software have completely changed the way we view patients. We can be on a corridor half a mile away from a patient and still know their physiological status through their EWS and observations.”