The CEO of a healthtech business which is helping to reduce the NHS waiting list has praised Oxford’s role in its success.
Can technology help in alleviating some of the recovery pressures NHS areas are facing? The simple answer is yes.
The coronavirus has had a disproportionate impact on older people. In this blog article, we uncover how Consultant Connect’s Enhanced Advice & Guidance is being used across the UK by healthcare professionals – including GPs, Paramedics, Care Homes – to help keep this patient cohort out of hospital, where appropriate.
Staffing shortages? Turn on the National Consultant Network – we have hundreds of NHS consultants available.
Consultant Connect is delighted to confirm that it now offers fully-tracked Email Advice & Guidance. For clinicians there is no change – a GP simply writes an email and adds attachments as usual.
Read our interview with a Paediatrics Consultant “The Consultant Connect service is a partnership between us in secondary care and primary care where we can provide urgent advice without the child necessarily needing to be seen on the day.”
Consultant Connect is now accredited to issue CPD credits. App users in most areas will now get CPD credits automatically and can arrange for certificates to be emailed to them.
We are delighted that Consultant Connect was mentioned in a recent article on Healthcare IT News about the new funding boost for teledermatology services.
We are delighted that three Consultant Connect projects were mentioned in the NHSX Dermatology Digital Playbook. The PhotoSAF feature within our Consultant Connect App is now used in areas totalling over 20 million patients. Read why in the new NHSX Dermatology Playbook…
A massive 45% of cases referred through this service resulted in treatment advice being given by UHDB staff to GP colleagues over Consultant Connect, without the need for the patient to then be seen in hospital. Read on…