What’s New …
Our latest software goes further than ever before towards our promise of a Whole Hospital Mobile Clinical Platform. Building on our award winning Task Management, Electronic Observations and Handover capabilities we have added the following advanced features and improvements:
This is just a small sample of our new clinical capabilities; plus we have also introduced many new improvements to our applications and user-interfaces to increase performance and efficiencies.
14th Fastest Growing Technology Company
Nervecentre Software recently ranked number 14 fastest growing technology company in the UK in the Deloitte Technology Fast 50. Nervecentre Software were also the South East regional winners.
Paul Volkaerts, CEO, Nervecentre Software Ltd, attended the prestigious awards held in London, said “This is a great achievement for Nervecentre, one we are very proud of. Our rapid growth represents the positive impact that mobile technology has in healthcare to help front-line staff to improve patient safety”
The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 is one of the UK’s foremost technology award programmes, celebrating innovation and entrepreneurship. Now in its 18th successful year, it is a ranking of the country’s 50 fastest growing technology companies, driven by leading intellectual property and based on revenue growth over the last four years.
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.
Award Winning Solutions
In January this year, we were pleased to win a prestigious SEHTA 2015 Healthcare Business Award for Innovation.
The award was given for our Hospital @ Night solution which we provide in over 10 NHS Trusts across England. The awards ceremony was held at the Kent Surrey Sussex AHSN Expo in London recently.
Also, in partnership with Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust, Nervecentre Software won the award for ‘Best use of IT to promote Patient Safety’ at the prestigious EHI Awards recently held in London in November 2015.
The award was won for our Hospital at Night project which, since its launch at Queen Alexandra Hospital, has seen significant reductions in out of hours red and amber incidents and crucial reductions in out of hours adverse deaths.
We also received ‘highly commended’ for our mobile hospital project with Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust in the category ‘Excellence in mobile healthcare’ at the EHI awards ceremony for our integrated mobile Electronic Observations, Handover and Task Management System project.
Nervecentre Software in partnership with Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust also won the prestigious award for ‘Best Communications and IT product’ at the Building Better Healthcare Awards, held on 4th November 2015.
The award is a proud achievement celebrating our whole hospital mobile platform that delivers electronic observations, handover, 24/7 task management and clinical assessments deployed on 4000 mobile devices at Nottingham University Hospitals.
Latest Application Platforms
Native applications for all major platforms including windows and android providing true investment protection. Scalability for thousands of devices without impacting performance.
Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust have agreed a partnership with Nervecentre Software to…
Nervecentre Software in partnership with Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust have won the prestigious award…
Who We Work With
“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.”
“Using Nervecentre Software on electronic devices has enabled University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust to signiﬁcantly improve communications and enabled improvements in the care and management of patients.”