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.
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.
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.