It’s not easy, managing a healthcare revolution characterised by a myriad of sensors, wearable devices and new health analytics applications. It is clear that multi-disciplinary care makes a big difference to the treatment of acute, elderly or multichronic patients. Digital collaboration allows clinical teams to change the way they work. It enables better-integrated multidisciplinary care, improves the patient journey and unlocks cost efficiencies.
NHSmail – the silent digital revolution
Secure collaboration tools are now available to everyone working for the NHS. The transformed NHSmail solution was safely and robustly delivered by Accenture, realising digital healthcare collaboration and secure information transfer between organisations across England and Scotland. Read the NHS case study for more information.
Aiming high: Preparing UK health for future collaboration
It’s time to look at the future and start building the platform to help propel health and care towards stellar collaboration. Understand the three key dynamics that will power future collaboration experiences. Find out more.
Patients want to co-pilot healthcare (and file the flight plan)
Patients Want to Co-pilot Healthcare Plane: Patients in the UK want a seat in their healthcare plane’s cockpit. They want closer health management collaboration with clinicians – and this growing demand is driving a need for scalable solutions that provide a more seamless experience for patients and clinicians. Read Chris’ blog.
Multi-disciplinary healthcare collaboration - in Absentia
It’s no news that a multi-disciplinary approach is crucial when treating acute, elderly or multi-chronic patients. The need for collaboration at all care levels is greater than ever. Crucially, secure collaboration tools are already available to everyone working for the NHS. The tragedy is that these tools aren’t being exploited in all cases. Read Corinne’s blog.