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HTN 100: Insource, digital dictation, Dedalus and Servelec

Insource announces co-sell agreement with Microsoft

Insource has joined with Microsoft to help their healthcare customers find better ways to purchase, implement, roll out and update their technologies.

Steve Aitken, Insource CEO, explained, “We are already working with progressive NHS Trusts and NHS Regional Initiatives who are pioneers in the move to cloud-based solutions. For example, Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust has declared their intention to go server-free and leveraging our Data Academy development environment is vital in this. In addition, the Northern Care Alliance NHS Group are rolling out our Patient Pathway Plus solution for improving RTT data quality across the group, leveraging Microsoft’s Azure cloud services. We’re keen to help more in the NHS understand the benefits and we’re delighted to have Microsoft’s support in this.”

The new partnership comes at a time when the government is planning to downgrade trusts with poor IT and as GDEs are increasingly required to meet digital milestones before accessing funding. Insource estimates that 50% of its healthcare customer base will be accessing their solutions via the cloud by early 2020.

Digital dictation software company launches new transcription service

Lexacom has  launched Lexacom Scribe, a new transcription service for NHS organisations and businesses. From December 2018, the service will be available to users of Lexacom Digital Dictation software, currently used by 50% of GP practices.

The new service enables digital dictation clients to tap into secure, accurate and reliable transcription services on a pay as you go basis, without requiring separate contracts or software to be installed. Lexacom Scribe will give clients access to high quality UK transcriptionists, with expertise in medical, legal and business document creation.

Dedalus UK 

Ann Braham, Dedalus UK “Dedalus, the largest European provider of healthcare information systems, has been named as an ‘Active Supplier’ on the NHS Scotland Hospital Electronic Prescribing and Medicines Administration framework. The framework, which is valued at £15m, covers 14 regional health boards and 2 national hospitals. Dedalus’ HEPMA solution supports the entire ePMA process, expediting the whole patient journey from pre-admission medicines history to discharge medications. Designed from a clinical viewpoint, this powerful web-based clinical workflow solution provides an intuitive system that reflects daily practices and significantly eases adoption.”

Servelec and Totalmobile extend partnership

Servelec has extended its partnership with mobile workforce solution provider Totalmobile. The partnership will facilitate the mobilisation of Servelec’s health and social care customer base by enabling them to access the clinical information they need on the move, via their mobile device.

Mobile solutions for Servelec’s social care platform, Mosaic, are currently in development, including a solution that will enable social care workers to easily organise visits and update case management notes whilst on the move. It is currently estimated that social workers spend around 30% of their time in the office, which Servelec and Totalmobile hope to reduce to 10% through use of the app, meaning they can spend more time with clients.

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