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By: Wolters Kluher Health     Published Date: Oct 03, 2012
Top questions you need to ask CDS providers before selecting a solution
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healthcare management
    
Wolters Kluher Health
By: Microsoft     Published Date: Feb 22, 2012
Milton Keynes Hospital Foundation NHS Trust strives to put the right information into the hands of the right people at the right time to be able to deliver cost-effective healthcare amidst an background of reporting requirements and ongoing cutbacks.
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healthcare management
    
Microsoft
By: Imprivata     Published Date: Sep 22, 2010
Paul White of eCulture Solutions qualifies the benefits technology has to offer in helping the NHS to develop it's information governance capability, whilst at the same time make efficiency gains and savings to meet the current economic challenges.
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nhs, technology, it
    
Imprivata
By: Zircadian Ltd     Published Date: Jan 10, 2011
John Slade, Medical Staffing Manager for The Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, outlines the benefits the trust is gaining from working with Zircadian on the development of an e-rostering system specifically for junior doctors.
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Zircadian Ltd
By: Zircadian Ltd     Published Date: Jan 10, 2011
Using an e-rostering system can save trusts significant sums each year, while ensuring patient services are maintained or even improved. Recent changes in working practices for junior doctors means that trusts are often forced to use expensive locums to fill gaps on rosters. As well as being a costly option, anecdotal evidence has shown that external locums are often not as efficient or knowledgeable of local working practices as internal locums and therefore could be putting patient safety at risk.
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Zircadian Ltd
By: Zircadian Ltd     Published Date: Jan 10, 2011
Background In 2010 West Suffolk Hospital NHS Trust was challenged by the BMA on behalf of a number of junior doctors regarding the working practice of their rota. These representations were based on evidence provided through monitoring exercises, undertaken during the doctors' placement at the hospital. The BMA claimed that the exercises in question showed the rota to be non-compliant with both the New Deal and European Working Time Directive due to the following: - a failure by the Trust to ensure that the doctors received their natural breaks on at least 75% of their duties; - the Trust target for natural breaks should have been 100% rather than 75%. The doctors claimed that the working pattern on the rota was non-compliant for the relevant period and that this had been accepted by the Trust, and therefore that band 3 payments should be made. If successful, this would have resulted in the Trust making over £750,000 of additional salary payments for past, present and future doctors of this rota.
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banding appeals team, working practice, it
    
Zircadian Ltd
By: St Andrews healthcare     Published Date: Dec 03, 2012
People who suffer brain injury often make a good physical recovery but then go on to suffer from other problems.
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healthcare management
    
St Andrews healthcare
By: SPSS     Published Date: Jun 02, 2010
The top priority worldwide for organisations involved in healthcare is ensuring that proper care is delivered wherever and whenever it is needed. Rapidly increasing costs, however, have placed a renewed emphasis on seeing that care is delivered efficiently while maintaining high levels of quality.
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spss, it
    
SPSS
By: SPSS     Published Date: Jun 02, 2010
One of the first requisites for this cancer treatment database is accurately classifying the tumour. While the vast majority of pediatric brain tumours can be categorized as gliomas, ependymomas and medulloblastomas, altogether there are 12 or so tumour types including subtypes. Classification is very subjective because pediatric brain tumours are often difficult to distinguish by appearance, and there are few objective markers such as those found for other childhood cancers such as leukemia.
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spss, it
    
SPSS
By: Telehealth Solutions Limited     Published Date: Jan 06, 2011
Patients using HomePods to measure vital signs and communicate with carers have better outcomes and fewer hospital visits, our research suggests. A pilot project saw a 90% reduction in length of stay and hospital admissions, a 40% drop in home visits from the GP and A&E visits reduced by half. This paper illustrates how in-home monitoring can save a PCT or GP consortium over £180,000 a year just by improving the care of a small section of COPD patients.
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patient monitoring, primary care, it
    
Telehealth Solutions Limited
By: Telehealth Solutions Limited     Published Date: Jan 06, 2011
Point-Of-Care Telehealth Could Save Public Health Providers £100,000 a Year: Halving the staff and time needed for community outreach checks, PCTs and LAs save 75% from the cost of public health screening, our analysis suggests. The CardioPod is a touchscreen tablet with diagnostic devices attached, measuring blood pressure, BMI, cholesterol, blood glucose - among others Clinical and lifestyle questionnaires can be included to take a family history, medical history, information on alcohol and tobacco use.
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public health
    
Telehealth Solutions Limited
By: Health Management Centre     Published Date: Sep 02, 2010
In recent years, health and social care services in all sectors have found themselves under increasing pressure due to a series of demographic, social and technological changes.
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policy
    
Health Management Centre
By: Teleheath Solution LTD     Published Date: Oct 02, 2012
It seems that there is no consensus of opinion when it comes to the viability of telehealth as a means to meet the challenge of the massive cost-savings required for the NHS while maintaining or improving quality of care.
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healthcare management
    
Teleheath Solution LTD
By: Always best care     Published Date: Nov 10, 2012
Michael Newman has excelled in the senior care industry for nearly 20 years, including operating several residential care and assisted living communities
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Always best care
By: Novell UK     Published Date: Jan 29, 2013
Challenge: Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust needed to increase the scale and scope of its helpdesk, to support a large increase in staff from the acquisition of several new services. The Trust needed to ensure that existing and new users spread across its many departments received well-integrated support.
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Novell UK
By: Novell UK     Published Date: Jan 29, 2013
In partnership with telehealth technology specialist Tunstall, PA has helped to implement telehealth for 50 patients with COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). Patients are equipped to monitor their vital signs at home with remote support from clinicians. PA is now helping Bexley develop plans for deployment to more COPD patients and those with other long-term conditions. There will be a full evaluation of benefits, a service model and robust criteria for patient selection.
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primary care, acute care, mental health, workforce/hr
    
Novell UK
By: IBM United Kingdom Limited     Published Date: Jul 13, 2011
Improve quality of care with IBM SPSS predictive analytics software For healthcare organizations worldwide, delivering the quality of carepeople expect is a top priority. As the cost of care increases, however, these organizations are searching for innovative ways to treat patients more efficiently and cost effectively - while maintaining the highest levels of quality.
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improve quality of care, predictive analytics software
    
IBM United Kingdom Limited
By: IBM United Kingdom Limited     Published Date: Jul 13, 2011
North American Healthcare Provider turns to IBM® SPSS® Statistics to boost clinic performance and speed patient services All around the globe, nations are contending with medical costs that are rising faster than inflation and patients who are frustrated by long waits for appointments. One of the newest strategies for correcting these and other systemic ailments is evidence-based medicine. The highly touted approach aims to apply the best available scientific evidence to medical decision-making to ensure the best treatment outcomes. In 2008, a leading for-profit clinical healthcare provider decided to bring a rigorous, evidence-based approach to its own operations. "It's the old adage, what gets measured, gets done," says the company's director of clinical intelligence. Starting with three of its strategic rehabilitation clinics, the healthcare company rolled out a statistical analysis solution based on IBM SPSS Statistics. Since then, it has seen significant business benefits, including increased customer satisfaction; improved decision-making; and increased revenue.
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boost clinic performance
    
IBM United Kingdom Limited
By: IBM United Kingdom Limited     Published Date: Jul 13, 2011
MedeAnalytics employs IBM® SPSS® Modeler to help prioritize providers' collection efforts Hospitals across the nation are facing a tough dilemma: a growing number of the patients they treat lack health insurance or are underinsured - but turning these patients away isn't an option. The result: more and more patients are being classified as "self-pay" and hospitals increasingly have to contend with collections headaches and budget shortfalls. "The rising uninsured and under-insured are among the top issues plaguing healthcare," researchers at Deloitte LLP noted in a recent study. "Not only does this issue impact access to care and hospitals' ability to fulfill their mission, it impacts their ability to protect margins and keep their doors open."
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helping hospitals capture more revenue
    
IBM United Kingdom Limited
By: IBM     Published Date: Feb 11, 2012
The people of the UK place a high value on the NHS but also place increasing demands on the care and services it provides.The NHS is moving into a new era of unprecedented pressure to do more, to do it better, but for less money.
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healthcare management
    
IBM
By: IBM     Published Date: Feb 15, 2012
NHS Wakefield District is the main NHS body responsible for healthcare and health promotion for 323,000 people in the Wakefield district. As a primary care trust (PCT), NHS Wakefield District commissions, plans and pays for health services.
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IBM
By: GE Healthcare     Published Date: Dec 10, 2012
GE Healthcare integrates 17 hospitals across western Sweden through a single Information infrastructure - improving information transparency, harmonising patient history and increasing efficiency
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healthcare management
    
GE Healthcare
By: Compass Group 10 Leads HSJ Jason     Published Date: Mar 27, 2013
is a unique cooking system which steam cooks fresh food to perfection in just three-to-five minutes using minimal equipment and space to operate in.
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healthcare management
    
Compass Group 10 Leads HSJ Jason
By: Skills for Health     Published Date: Jun 10, 2013
With the demands on NHS staff changing fast, how can we ensure they have the skills to cope?
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Skills for Health
By: MSD     Published Date: Aug 05, 2013
The health of people in South Tyneside is mixed compared with the England average. Deprivation is higher than average and Life expectancy for both men and women is lower than the England average. Significant health inequalities exist in South Tyneside and life expectancy is 10.9 years lower for men and 8.6 years lower for women in the most deprived areas of South Tyneside than in the least deprived areas1.
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