UK healthcare providers use Claris Platform to organise and mobilise resources in record time.
National Health Service: no data is stored on the iPad devices, full hardware and software security measures are in place to ensure only ised devices can access the system, and all data is SSL-encrypted throughout.
The iPad devices are housed in a special antibacterial case which can easily be wiped down, an important consideration for the RNHRD, who have an excellent record on infection control.
“To date we’ve received positive feedback from patients, nurses and clinicians using this approach,” says Dr. Sengupta. “We’re evaluating how this method of data collection could be potentially used in other clinics across the Trust.”
About the client:The London Ambulance Service (LAS) is the busiest emergency ambulance service in the U.K. Daily, they deploy hundreds of ambulances from dozens of ambulance stations to provide emergency and urgent healthcare to one of the world’s most dynamic and diverse cities.
Problem: When COVID-19 hit the UK, medical first responders faced a whirlwind of accelerated emergency calls and new procedures to protect themselves from illness. Everything became harder in the pandemic. But for first responders at LAS, one thing was clear: they needed a better way to track supplies amidst increased demand.
Solution: Solis Digital, a London-based Claris Partner and the recipient of here.