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My personal experience managing COVID with Miya Care

Miraculously, despite many close calls, I had managed to dodge COVID over the past two years… until a month ago! After an outing with friends, the tell-tale signs of a cough were present and with a bright red line on a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) my illness was confirmed. I happened to be working on

Topics | Digital Health | Interoperability | Out of Hospital & Virtual Care | Patient Engagement

Interoperability with Open Standards

Interoperability is critical for the future of healthcare and the desired continuum of care, yet it continues to be a challenge faced by healthcare providers worldwide. Advances in technology have made it possible to move healthcare data efficiently and securely from one system to the next. To achieve this, conventional healthcare software vendors are opting

Topics | Digital Health | Interoperability

South Tees reaches e-prescribing milestone in EPR journey with Alcidion and Better Meds

South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has taken the next step in its modern, modular electronic patient record (EPR) programme, having gone live with electronic prescribing and medication administration (ePMA) system Better Meds. The trust has deployed Better Meds to inpatient and outpatient areas, where it is already removing paper forms and manual processes, as

Topics | Digital Health | ePMA & Medication Management | Patient Safety

Initiation and Planning – setting up for success

The theory behind project management and software delivery at Alcidion is well documented to ensure we take a consistent and proven approach to our client engagement.  Let us look at some practical activities that Alcidion encourages during the Initiation phase of an engagement to set our clients and ourselves up for success. As part of

Topics | Digital Health | Life at Alcidion

Alcidion part of consortium for Australian Defence Force digital health system

Alcidion part of consortium for Australian Defence Force digital health system Alcidion Group Limited has been selected as part of a global consortium to build a new Health Knowledge Management (HKM) system for the Australian Defence Force (ADF). The HKM system will replace the ADF’s legacy electronic health record product with a modern, patient-centric health

Topics | Digital Health | Patient Safety

Northern Territory Health upgrade to latest Miya Precision platform

Northern Territory Health (NT Health) have signed an agreement with Alcidion to upgrade to the current Miya Precision platform. Northern Territory Health (NT Health) have signed an agreement with Alcidion to upgrade to the current Miya Precision platform. NT Health has been a key partner of Alcidion since 2009, being one of the earliest users

Topics | Digital Health | Patient Safety

East Lancashire Hospitals to upgrade patient flow system with Alcidion

Alcidion’s Miya Flow to overlay and integrate with the trust’s Cerner Millennium EPR to alleviate pressures and streamline the patient journey Healthcare professionals across East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust will receive an upgrade in their patient flow technology, following an agreement with smart healthcare IT provider Alcidion to deploy Miya Flow. The new system will

Topics | Digital Health | Patient Safety

Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust contracts for anaesthesia and emergency EPR modules

Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust has entered the next stages in its digitisation journey with the procurement of two technologies that will alleviate pressure on emergency department staff, theatres and recovery. Healthcare professionals working in the busy A&E department at the trust’s Darent Valley Hospital, will become the first in the NHS to use Miya

Topics | Digital Health | Patient Safety

Herefordshire and Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust procures Miya Flow

The first NHS community trust signs up to Alcidion’s flow technology, following impact seen in acute hospitals around improved bed visibility for staff and timely care and discharge for patients. Community hospitals across Worcestershire are to streamline patient journeys, ensure timely care and discharge, and more easily and efficiently manage beds across multiple sites. Following

Topics | Digital Health | Patient Safety

NHS Tayside signs up to early warning system Miya Observations

NHS Tayside have signed a five-year agreement with Alcidion to implement Miya Observations and Assessments (Miya Observations), an electronic monitoring system that will help thousands of busy healthcare professionals as they care for patients. NHS Tayside are the third health board in Scotland to implement Miya Observations, continuing to validate the benefits of our products

Topics | Digital Health | Patient Safety

International Women’s Day – Supporting women in digital health

Late last year, Alcidion partnered with the Australian Institute of Digital Health (AIDH) to support the Women in Digital Health Leadership (WiDH) Program. The inaugural program supports women in digital health to reach their aspirations and goals via professional development activities and courses while building a community of connection with other women in the industry.

Topics | Digital Health | Life at Alcidion | Women in IT

Alcidion recognised with a Highly Commended at the HTN Now Awards 2022

Alcidion are proud to be awarded a Highly Commended at the HTN Now Awards 2022 in the ‘Making an Impact’ category for the successful implementation of Smartpage at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. This category of the HTN Awards 2022 focuses on health tech programmes of work, projects, services, software and teams that have

Topics | Digital Health | Patient Safety