HTN 100

HTN 100: Outcome feedback technology, Milton Keynes NHS FT and Oldham CCG

HTN 100 is a 100 word challenge to help share health tech projects and learnings. In 100 words we want to hear about the technology you are using, the benefits, successes and tips. HTN 100 will be published every Friday!

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Expected treatment response 

Outcome Feedback is an innovative new technology designed to improve outcomes of psychological therapies. Developed in partnership with NHS therapists and world-renowned mental health researchers, and embedded into PCMIS (a patient case management system used widely by NHS IAPT services), this ‘expected treatment response’ technology tells clinicians how their patient’s progress compares to that of (hundreds of) patients with similar characteristics, using proactive alerts to flag up cases ‘not on track’. A national trial involving eight NHS trusts and over 2000 IAPT mental health patients found that those treated using Outcome Feedback were 74% less likely to deteriorate during treatment.


Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust EDMS contains over 100 million pages and is used day to day by around 4,000 staff seamlessly with Cerner their EPR. The CCube Solutions platform has ensured patient information is available at the right place and at the right time. Craig York, Milton Keynes University Hospital’s associate director of IT “It’s hard to understand why some Trusts have yet to grapple with legacy records management. It’s really difficult to run outpatient clinics without patient notes especially as in our case demand is on the rise. In 2016/2017, we had 358,045 attendances up 11% on the year before. Our system has revolutionised how we work and we’re now in the process of modernising and enhancing it.”


NHS Oldham CCG

TRUSTECH has worked with NHS Oldham CCG to manage a Dragons’ Den style event to identify innovative technologies. The company captures, manages and protects, novel technologies and services and advises on how they can be adapted or adopted for use in the health and care in order to improve health and care efficiencies.  For Oldham CCG, more than 80 medical technologies were identified; the shortlist had the potential to improve health and patient experience, and value for money.


Sponsored by CCube Solutions

Designed and built with NHS practitioners using Microsoft’s latest technologies, CCube’s award-winning solutions deliver electronic health records to clinicians, secretaries and administrators in the format they require, when and where they are needed. With a proven track record of project success and expertise working with the NHS over 17 years, providing cost effective and scalable solutions, tailored to meet individual requirements, its software suite is used in over 28 NHS organisations around the UK

View CCube Case Studies Here