Free digital care coordination platform from Infinity Health to help NHS trusts fight coronavirus effects
Infinity Health is making its care coordination and task management tools available to NHS trusts at no cost for six months, with the aim of alleviating some of the pressures faced by staff in the wake of Coronavirus. The offer covers the costs of set-up, integration, training, and six months ...
2020-05-15T13:24:00+01:00By Joan Saddler
The NHS Confederation’s BME Leadership Network suggests in a new briefing, a suite of actions that health and care organisations could take to safeguard BME people, including BME professionals on the front line, notes Joan Saddler
Numerous trusts are using Medinet’s free advisory input and guidance to inform plans for restarting elective care. We have been collaborating with NHS hospitals and partners to co-develop action plans. The goal has been to get safe and appropriate care to patients without the need to “physically build or buy ...
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2020-05-07T12:05:00+01:00By Anthony Sherwin
Anthony Sherwin on Selenity’s CV19 tracker, available as a free service to manage expenses and absences related to covid-19.
2020-04-29T09:46:00+01:00By James Shields
Circular Wave, workforce solution specialists, are committed to supporting the national covid-19 response. Like many service providers, they are offering their agile market-leading core solutions completely free of charge to any health or care organisation including trusts, clinical commissioning groups, GPs care homes and community services.
2020-04-28T13:54:00+01:00By Dr Owain Hughes
To support primary care clinicians in triaging patients, Cinapsis connects them within seconds to consultants from their local NHS Trust, says Dr Owain Hughes.
2020-04-28T13:08:00+01:00By Dr Caroline Pilot
GPs are being encouraged to recommend remote messaging services such as Docly to their patients to avoid face-to-face contact unless absolutely necessary, therefore reducing the risk of coronavirus transmission, writes Dr Caroline Pilot
Mental health platform Thalamos, which is working to digitise the Mental Health Act, has offered its software free to the NHS to support healthcare workers during covid-19.
Healthcare decision support provider, Desuto, has announced the launch of its covid-19 Mental Capacity Assessment tool which is to be made available free of charge to health and care providers.
Dr Foster has developed tools that identifies regions most at risk of developing severe cases of covid-19, as well as identifying trends and monitoring the spread of the disease across the UK.
As one of the largest providers of workforce solutions to the NHS with almost 20 years’ experience, ID Medical supplies the NHS with over 8 million staffing hours per year. Together with our technology partners Clarity Skillstream, we’ve been helping trusts and health boards across the UK make huge savings ...
2020-04-21T09:30:00+01:00By Marc Warburton
InfoFlex is offering its support to the NHS as the covid-19 pandemic continues with data collection and reporting - as well as the creation of a virtual hospital, says Marc Warburton.
2020-04-16T11:10:00+01:00By Stephanie Vaughan-Jones
Moneypenny is offering a free fully automated digital switchboard service for all NHS operations, says Stephanie Vaughan-Jones
2020-04-16T10:14:00+01:00By Dr Lucy Mackillop
GDm-Health remote monitoring system helps ensure the highest standards of care for pregnant women in the times of the covid-19 pandemic
2020-04-15T14:11:00+01:00By Dr Alexander Finlayson
Our understanding of what GPs would need in order to work in this new covid reality enabled us to build a browser based telephone and video phone system called the Nye Phone. Writes Dr Alexander Finlayson.
AdviseInc has developed a free and simple tool for tracking personal protective equipment products within your organisation
Fully Charged, London’s largest specialist electric bike retailer, is providing eBikes to NHS workers in London for free to ensure they have a healthy and safe alternative to public transport.
Locum’s Nest is the UK’s leading app that 30,000 clinicians use to offer their additional services to the NHS during covid-19.
Wilton Bradley have ring fenced a large stock of Bestway inflatable airbeds for donating to NHS staff to help during the crisis. They are keen to implement a national “roll-out” and offer these airbeds to hospitals across the country for free – in order to support medical teams.
CrowdCat and Tableau are collaborating on a project to provide NHS organisations with a diagnostic app to quantify the impact of covid-19 on the health and well-being of NHS frontline staff. Flare will be offered free of charge to NHS organisations.
The new course by Bond Solon is designed to help health and social care professionals understand the Coronavirus Act 2020
With tens of thousands of retired medics asked to return to work and a quarter of a million volunteers needed to help the NHS through the coronavirus crisis, OurPeople has developed a free version of its popular team communication platform, specifically for the NHS and wider care sector.
All NHS staff can now access free apps to cope with insomnia and anxiety as part of a nationwide effort to support the mental health of the national health service workforce during the covid-19 pandemic.
A state-of-the-art engineering and manufacturing campus close to the new Nightingale Hospital in Stratford says it has the perfect facilities for organisations looking to tackle the coronavirus outbreak.
2020-04-08T05:00:00+01:00By Shaun O’Hanlon
Coronavirus presents the biggest challenge to the NHS in its 70-year history.
At a time when support for the NHS is vital to keeping the nation on its feet, health tech company DrDoctor has announced that its complete COVID-19 toolkit is now available, free of license fees to any hospital that requires it. The bespoke toolkit comprises of the recently released Broadcast ...
Courses and resources targeted at anyone seeking to prevent the spread of infection
Medical students launch one-stop-shop platform to enable students to support NHS staff during covid-19
Two ScotGEM medical students, Cassandra Baiano and Ronald MacDonald, have created a web-based app over the past 10 days that allows frontline NHS staff to post their needs (childcare, pet care, grocery shopping, medication pickup, admin etc) over the course of the pandemic and students can offer their help with ...
2020-04-03T09:32:00+01:00By Katherine Ward
Digitising the management of wound care provides accurate and accessible data to nurses and clinicians while also enabling remote assessment of wounds, notes Katherine Ward