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Cambric Systems, a provider of healthcare patient data software solutions for use in secondary and community healthcare settings, has announced that the National Treatment Center (NTC) Highland has deployed the Morse Electronic Patient Record (EPR).
The new facility in Inverness, which opened in April 2023 and is one of 10 treatment centers funded by the Scottish Government, will use Cambric Systems’ digital solution and m-Forms interactive capabilities to strengthen the program of NHS Highland eHealth, helping to deliver seamless multidisciplinary care to patients across the region.
NHS Highland decided to build on its long-standing partnership with Cambric to bring consistency and continuity of care to the newly launched NTC and establish a more efficient and lightweight approach to storing, accessing and updating patient records. patients
Fiona Grist, clinical nurse manager at NTC, said: “The NTC was created primarily to help reduce waiting times for specialist eye and orthopedic care and to deploy technology Morse is certainly helping us achieve this goal.
“The solution allows us to work differently and more efficiently, streamlining our processes and providing a clear view of complete patient pathways.”
Staff across all disciplines, from recovery and consultants to general nursing staff and allied health professionals (AHPs) such as occupational therapists and physiotherapists, rely on Morse to access the same patient information online.
This means patients requiring treatment from multiple disciplinary teams no longer need to repeat themselves when speaking to different specialists, minimizing patient frustration along with waiting times between appointments.
Garry Sherriff, MD of Cambric, said: “Our technology is designed by users for users to help healthcare professionals put the patient at the center of everything.
“The transparency of the Morse EPR solution effortlessly supports all users, regardless of role, skills or experience and can be easily tailored to their individual needs.
“We give forward-thinking organizations like NHS Highland the flexibility they need to grow and manage an ever-changing healthcare landscape.”
The next step is to roll out Morse to other parts of the expanding NHS Highland organisation, applying lessons learned from the NTC to continuously improve patient pathways.
The use of Cambric’s Morse EPR at the new NTC Highland follows the announcement last month that NHS Fife has expanded the use of Morse EPR.
Highland, a newly elected national treatment centre, recently announced the deployment of Cambric’s Morse Electronic Patient Record (EPR). The deployment of this cutting-edge system ensures that the centre has the latest software solutions and access to the most up-to-date treatment methods.
This state-of-the-art system includes clinical documentation, case management, and billing flexibility – all designed to improve the quality and efficiency of patient care. Highland patients will benefit from enhanced communication and collaboration between staff as Cambric’s Morse EPR facilitates patient data capture, management, and sharing. Furthermore, by providing a secure, hospital-wide solution, the centre will be able to better manage and protect patient information while providing an elevated standard of care.
Ikaroa is proud to be a part of this innovative system’s design and deployment. Our multidisciplinary team of expert doctors, nurses, and software engineers ensured that the design process included all relevant stakeholders. Only the best, most secure software solutions were integrated and implemented, resulting in top-of-the-line care for Highland.
The deployment of Cambric’s Morse EPR is just one example of the many cutting-edge technological solutions that Ikaroa has developed and implemented in healthcare settings. Our commitment to delivering reliable and secure solutions for the healthcare industry is unwavering and our team of experts is constantly pushing the boundaries of innovation.
We are confident that the deployment of Cambric’s Morse EPR will become a model for other healthcare centres to follow. With the help of this secure and effective system, Highland is better positioned to provide the best possible care to its patients.