Hospital Trust Management

“MedisecTrust has worked with Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust to facilitate an efficient electronic solution for creating and dispatching clinical correspondence to patients and GP’s.  It is due to this collaboration that we now have a system that is highly praised by our users for the efficiencies it brings.”

Darren Sharples, Senior Systems Specialist, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust

An excellent system, well received at the Trust. The software is very reliable and robust

Andrea Hamilton, Head of ICT Service Development, East Cheshire NHS Trust

The introduction and development of eDNF has assisted the Trust to achieve our commissioning requirements and avoided considerable penalties associated with non compliance.

Chris Gillespie, Service Development Manager, Medical Business Unit, East Cheshire NHS Trust

Despite using a completely different system to generate our discharge correspondence than the two other Trusts in the area, we’ve still been able to plug into the same delivery network as them, producing a commonality of approach for GPs right across the county

Diane Nolder, Senior IT Project Manager, Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

We have numerous clinicians in the field but, until now, they have had to return to the hospital to dictate letters or to connect their dictation devices before transcriptions could take place.We had already streamlined the transfer of patient information using the MedisecTRUST solution, but transcription times will now be much faster with the integration of Medisec’s digital dictation platform.

Heather Swanston, e-Prescribing Project Manager, Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust

The new system has proved that 24 hour delivery of clinical correspondence really is possible and we’re delighted with the results.

Julie Ekins, Service Improvement Manager, Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

With MedisecTRUST, we can get an instant snapshot on whether we are meeting the new 48 hour NHS standards and, if not, where we need to improve

Kate Monaghan, Assistant General Manager of Specialist Services, Southport and Ormskirk Hospital NHS Trust

Establishing standards for the electronic exchange of clinical information between organisations is a win, win for all stakeholders. It saves time, helps put the information straight into electronic patient records, reduces risk from clinical decisions being taken without a fuller picture and provides cost savings on paper, printing transportation, postage and in many cases re-scanning and filing.

Keith Richardson, Chief Information Officer, Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust

Medisec has improved our ability to understand and manage workflow, and to create a standardised output to our customers. Users can now simply key in text, tick boxes on the system and it gives all the data needed to complete a clinic letter.

Kerrie Furness, Project Co-ordinator/Non-clinical Trainer, Burton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

With Medisec, everything is digitally tagged and therefore much faster to find and action. It allows us to track progress from the point the dictation is captured, all the way to when it is delivered to the GP. We’ve never seen such a seamless solution before.

Mark Norwood, Head of IT, Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

The new system will really help us to communicate with GPs and can only improve patient care. Medisec Software worked closely with our clinicians to make sure it is the patients that feel the benefits

Rebecca Gallimore, Deputy Head of ICT, University Hospital of North Staffordshire

Using an electronic delivery system has proved to be a great benefit for the Trust; freeing up admin and clinical time, as well as reducing paper and postage. More importantly, we are able to meet national standards and achieve contractual targets in respect of discharge notifications.

Sue Barley, Informatics Project Manager, East Cheshire Adult Mental Health Inpatient Services, Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Clinical correspondence and discharge summaries from Doncaster and Bassetlaw hospitals are now being created, reviewed, signed off and delivered to every single GP practice in Bassetlaw in a paperless end-to-end process with MedisecTRUST Digital Dictation. Our decision to end all paper correspondence from Bassetlaw Hospital to these practices is a significant step to improving operational efficiencies and has been endorsed by both the Clinical Governance Forum and Patient Safety Group

Susan Kyle, Data Quality Facilitator, NHS Bassetlaw

We are now able to create, review, sign off and deliver clinical letters and discharge summaries to every single GP practice in Cheshire in a seamless, paperless, end-to-end process. Bringing an end to paper correspondence has been an important strategic goal for us, and by centralising printing and taking steps to manage our sign off process, we’ve now been able to achieve this.

Vicky Bond, Clinical Admin Manager, East Cheshire NHS Trust

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