February 25th 2020 - February 26th 2020 | Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh
Our data management and integration platform, along with our powerful healthcare solutions, keeps health and social care providers, application vendors, and device manufacturers all on the same page. We currently help Boards to manage the health of over 90% of the patient population and connect information and processes between numerous applications and organisations across the country. Also, our health informatics platform is used as an inter-agency service to share information.
This common foundation of operational systems makes InterSystems an ideal partner to support new types of strategic interoperability initiatives, to further the digital maturity of health and social care, improve outcomes, along with the user and patient experience. Because empowering healthcare to improve care matters.
Health care is experiencing its most profound change since the birth of modern institutional medicine due to costs, aging populations and the growing number of insured individuals. Intel technology innovation — supported by a rich solutions ecosystem — is enabling the future of health care with data-driven insights delivered at scale that put the patient at the center of care while equipping health care organizations with the tools – including Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning – needed to be collaborative and maintain operational efficiencies.
True ‘PatientCenteredCoordinated Care’ requires resources across an entire health economy to be known and accessible in a way that ‘matches patient need to best suited intervention’ across all care providers; while taking into account real-time capacity and optimal utilization.
Strata Health leverages web-based technology to enable bespoke requirements for local patient transitions covering all clinical pathways; enabling best-suited intervention to be identified AND delivered through a comprehensive, transparent e-referral & patient hand-off process across all stakeholder organisations!
Strata Health manages 15 million lives across Canada and the UK and have been focused on system wide / clinician lead patient flow for almost 15 years.
Strata Health is currently rolling out across NHS Tayside as a key enabler to their integrated health and care strategy. Strata & Cumbria are named as one of three NHS England Exemplar sites in 2015 for rapid accelerated integration.
my mhealth provide the only NHS-approved apps for the management of long-term conditions and have successfully delivered digital transformation for patients living in West Lothian. Our evidence-based connected solutions assist patients with their COPD, Asthma, Diabetes and Heart Disease.
The Apps are evidence based and deliver individualised comprehensive education, cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation courses, medicines management and much much more.
The apps are easily customisable by clinical teams to provide local service information, care and self-management plans and guidelines suitable for your service.
These interface with clinician-based software that enables the remote management and rehabilitation of patients at industrial scale improving outcomes with massive efficiency savings. This year we launched our telehealth product which enables the integration of sophisticated self-management tools with home monitoring for a fraction of the price of conventional platforms.
Our new unlimited program enables health boards and providers to deliver these programs to each and every patient, transforming their current mode of service delivery to enable population-based healthcare.
BJSS is an award-winning delivery-focused IT consultancy with 25 years’ software delivery and IT advisory experience.
We are renowned for technical excellence, cost-effective delivery and our proven BJSS Enterprise Agile approach. Founded in 1993, BJSS operates Offices and Project Centres across the UK and USA, and has a pedigree of building and deploying high availability, low latency, enterprise-scale integrated software solutions. Our clients include some of the world’s largest companies including investment banks, retail banks, government departments, retailers and commodity traders.
Tunstall has been at the forefront of technology innovation for the health, housing and social care markets for over 60 years. As a digital exemplar, the company’s pioneering software, hardware and services enable new delivery models that transform community-based health and social care, and enable people to live independently and with an improved quality of life.
Tunstall was recently appointed as a lead partner in the Next Generation Solutions for Healthy Ageing cluster, which is being led by Digital Health & Care Institute Scotland as part of its activities to support the Scottish Government’s TEC Programme and the Digital Telecare Workstream.
Forcare’s solutions seamlessly link patient data from various sources, to empower the data flow and workflow. Our software supports all types of medical images and documents. This way specialists and staff can correctly inform, treat or refer their patients. Without losing time, and always with respect for privacy and security. Interoperability is key for Forcare: our products are standards based, vendor neutral and open. Based on IHE XDS, our platform is extensible, scalable and future proof.
The Scottish Wide Area Network (SWAN), a framework contract delivered by Capita, is one of the most significant single public sector ICT initiatives ever undertaken in Scotland. More than 6,000 sites have been connected including hospitals, GP surgeries, pharmacists, schools and local council offices.
The network offers better connectivity, better performance and faster speeds as well as delivering value for money for the Scottish taxpayer, as detailed in the £30m savings stated in the Scottish Government’s refreshed digital strategy. These outcomes for Scotland mean public bodies are more easily able to communicate with each other, share services to foster co-operative working and better serve Scottish citizens.
SWAN member organisations include central Government departments, the Scottish Government, Scottish Qualification Agency, Historic Scotland and the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency, all 22 boards across NHS Scotland as well as 50% of Scottish local authorities.
With a vision to create a world without limits for people with diabetes, LifeScan, Inc. is a world leader in blood glucose monitoring – globally more than 20 million people depend on OneTouch® brand products to help them manage their diabetes. For over 35 years, LifeScan has had an unwavering commitment to improving the quality of life for people with diabetes by developing products defined by simplicity, accuracy, and trust. For more information, please visit: www.myOneTouch.co.uk
Verklizan provides UMO, a software platform used by over 330 monitoring centres across 17 countries to monitor the wellbeing of over 1.4 million people. UMO monitors telecare, telehealth, digital alarms and GPS mobile alarms. Verklizan is independent, not competing with equipment manufacturers or monitoring centre customers.
Measurable benefits and improved patient outcomes include reduced mortality, cardiac arrests, length of stay and use of ICU.
“Patientrack has helped us introduce some of the biggest and most immediate changes in clinical practice I have ever seen” — Dr Gavin Simpson NHS Fife
Vision is intelligent clinical software designed for smarter, more collaborative working across the healthcare landscape. Predictive by design, adaptive by nature, it thinks ahead, processing data in smarter ways. So you can access the right information, faster, to make better decisions - wherever you are.
Simple and intuitive with one interface, you hardly know it’s there. Its flexibility means you can be nimble, make the best use of your time and reduce costs.
Connecting you with colleagues in the field, it breaks down barriers so you can work in real-time from a single patient record - across practices, A&E, community teams and every other health service.
We know the NHS is changing and patient needs are evolving. We’ve reignited our drive for ground-breaking products to design a system that enables today’s ways of working.
Vision software takes healthcare provision to the next level, so you’re always one step ahead.
JAC is a leading specialist supplier of medicines management software to the NHS and to key sites in the Republic of Ireland and South Africa. JAC supplies specialist chemotherapy management solutions to NHS sites in England and the South-Eastern Norway Regional Health Authority.
With over 20 year’s experience within medicines management, JAC's UK user-base now accounts for around half of all NHS trusts in England as well as sites in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. JAC provides pharmacy stock control, e-prescribing and medicines administration as a single integrated solution along with associated services.
IMS MAXIMS is an award winning clinical technology specialist committed to improving the coordination of patient care in healthcare environments. Its expert team works in partnership with healthcare organisations to identify and deliver tailored, sustainable, information sharing technology solutions supporting the provision of safer and more efficient care for current and future generations.
The organisation’s 32-year history of collaborating with clinicians has resulted in the development of proven, user-friendly, safe and interoperable EPR software used across the NHS, including at Taunton and Somerset FT, an Acute Global Digital Exemplar site.
Our approach to digital transformation has increased collaboration in the development of the software, which has resulted in better clinical engagement and empowerment across hospital wards and departments. Deployment times are fast, meaning clinicians and patients will also benefit from efficiency and safety improvements in rapid time and achieve savings of £100m+ over the lifetime of a contract.
Possum is now the longest standing independently British owned company. Since 1961 Possum has been a market leader in providing, installing and supporting electronic assistive technology solutions including environmental controls and, more recently, internet access and Technology Enabled Care and Support. Possum’s mission is to empower anyone suffering from a disability or condition which restricts daily life by improving their independence and enhancing their quality of life through the use of innovative and life changing equipment.
Doro is the global market leader in digital social care solutions. We offer organisations complete, secure and quality-assured telecare systems for older and vulnerable people, covering everything from hardware and software to service and support – we supply the complete digital alarm chain.
Our smart digital products and services support users, staff and relatives in their daily routines so that safety and efficiency is assured. All our social care solutions are tailored to market needs and are easy to install and operate. By developing innovative new products and solutions in collaboration with our customers, we help older and vulnerable people stay at home and live independently for longer. In 2018 Doro acquired Welbeing, one of the leading monitoring centres in the UK.
Inhealthcare is a UK leader in digital health and remote patient monitoring. Its technology enables patients to be cared for outside of the care setting, reducing the financial burden on health and social care. Inhealthcare allows clinical teams to build and launch their own digital services at speed, meaning routine tasks can be automated. Inhealthcare’s technology is interoperable with third party organisations, medical devices and key health and social care systems, including Vision, EMIS Web, SystmOne and SCI Store. It also offers patients a range of secure multi-channel connections to relay readings back to their healthcare professionals. These include SMS, online, Amazon Alexa, apps and automated telephone calls. Giving patients a choice means its digital health services reach 99 per cent of the population, regardless of technical ability or access to the internet.
Inhealthcare has a library of over 50 digital health services including gestational diabetes, undernutrition, hypertension, smoking cessation, prostate cancer tracking, weight management falls and digital monitoring in care homes.
Since 1999, CDL has evolved into one of the UK's leading Data Security & IT Asset Disposal companies in the UK. We can confidently claim to have developed one of the most comprehensive, yet cost effective asset retirement solutions in the industry today. our forward thinking approach, exceeds legislation introduced in the WEEE Directive in January 2007 and our data erasing process meets the highest recognized standards in the UK. Our process ensures that all legal requirements from GDPR are achieved without adding to the daily pressures of our clients. We cover the whole of the mainland UK using our own vehicles and drivers and collect all manner of IT related equipment with no minimum quantities.
Sciamed Ltd has a wealth of experience delivering bar code identification and traceability solutions for Healthcare applications across the UK. Working closely with Zebra Technologies, we provide smart clinical devices that can be used to monitor patients, improve communication between multi-disciplinary teams and print patient sample labels securely. Healthcare devices from Zebra Technologies have integral scanning and voice capability as well as anti-microbial plastics for infection control.
Speak to Sciamed about Workforce Connect – a range of tools and applications to assist the integration of Zebra mobile technology devices with your clinical systems.
Fastroi are a Finnish technology company specialising in Residential and Domiciliary Care Management Systems. Fastroi provide tools that enable care workers to provide high quality care to customers while developing regulatory compliance within the organisation.
Fastroi’s Real-Time Care™ helps care companies become more efficient and cost effective, while improving outcomes through better reporting and data recording. Founded in 2003 they are market leaders at home and are part of the digital transformation and convergence of social and health care services in Finland. They are now expanding internationally and are bringing their market leading technology to the UK market.
DLF is a national charity celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2019. From our bases in Edinburgh, Neath and London, we provide impartial information, advice and training about equipment for daily living that enable older and disabled people to live independently.
DLF will be demonstrating its range of digital advice services including AskSARA its online self-assessment tool which allows older and disabled people and their carers to produce personal reports about suitable products for daily living. Offering over 90 practical topics and including over 10,000 products from almost a thousand suppliers, AskSARA is licensed by a range of organisations.
Legrand are global experts in electrical and digital building infrastructures, with a presence in over 90 countries.
Tynetec, Aid Call and Jontek are the three brands that combine to form Assisted Living & Healthcare, which specialises in creating innovative technology based care solutions for health, housing and social care services.
Tynetec supply a range of hardware and software solutions all manufactured in house, including grouped living systems, telecare solutions and access control systems to local authorities and housing associations.
Jontek provide monitoring and response centre software solutions, incorporating telecare, telehealth and m-Care to public and private sector organisations across the UK.
Aidcall has been a leading manufacturer of wireless nurse call technology for over 40 years, with a range of products and bespoke solutions that are designed to specifically meet the needs of care homes, care groups and hospitals in both the private and public sector.
Ieso Digital Health delivers cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for people with mood and anxiety disorders online, via written communication, a method that has been demonstrated to be as effective as traditional methods of therapy. Patient and therapist meet online, at a time and location convenient to them. All that is needed is an internet connection and a computer or mobile device.
Bringing together clinicians and patients online removes the barriers that many face, to accessing traditional methods of care. It also increases patient engagement and reduces the number of ‘no show’ appointments. Ieso is a clinically-led organisation that holds patient care at the centre of the service, working to drive continuous clinical improvement whilst also supporting healthcare services to provide the best care possible for their patients.
TeleAlarm offer a variety of assistive living technology products, both for private individuals and for retirement and nursing homes. Our software and hardware solutions help individuals live a carefree and secure life in a familiar environment, as well as supporting the daily work of nursing and care staff. When needed, assistance can be provided quickly and most importantly, more effectively in an emergency. TeleAlarm Carephones allow people to lead safe and independent lives in their own homes, while secure in the knowledge that help is available at any time if needed.
Dedalus Healthcare Ltd is part of the Dedalus Health Systems Group, which is the largest European provider of healthcare information systems, with implementations on 4 continents, in 25 countries, and multi-million Euro R&D budget. Established in 1982, the company is now #3 KLAS-rated for new clinical projects worldwide. With over 3,000 global customers, Dedalus is a leading specialist in interoperability and clinical workflow solutions and has just been named an ‘Active Supplier’ on the NHS Scotland HEPMA framework – for hospital e-prescribing and medicines administration.
Dedalus UK focuses on applications in ePMA, Interoperability, Digital Pathology, Laboratory Automation, Digital Imaging and Population Health Management – with particular emphasis on cross boundary care.