Integrating Clinical Processes with Communication for a Safer and More Productive Hospital.
Informed clinicians make better decisions. Nervecentre combines the use of mobile devices to collect clinical information at the point of care, such as Observations and Assessments, with an intelligent cascading escalation system, to ensure tasks and escalations are immediately deliveredto the doctor most able to respond.
Using these capabilities Nervecentre can improve patient safety and efficiency across the entire hospital, including:
Case Study – Mobile Hospital Platform
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
In this video, 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.
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.
Read more on how Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust became the first UK trust to deploy a whole hospital platform using mobile devices to each of their 4000 clinical staff.
As part of the work of the Future Hospital Commission (FHC), visits were undertaken to dozens of NHS trusts around the UK that had devised innovative strategies to overcome issues and improve patient care.
Published by the Royal College of Physicians, the latest Future Hospital Programme case study describes how Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust transformed hospital communication and patient safety by introducing innovative mobile technology. Dr Mark Simmonds introduces an integrated, mobile and electronic ‘eObservations and eHandover’ task management system. To read the report download the pdf