Promoting organisational unity with effective policy management
Greater Baltimore Medical Center needed a policy management solution that fitted their unique needs, meeting each individual department's individual requirements, whilst promoting unity.
Nuffield Group: Reducing Risk and Improving Patient Safety with Group-Wide Reporting
Historically, a series of stand-alone databases made governance, risk management and incident reporting across the Nuffield Hospital Group a time-consuming and costly process.
University Hospitals Bristol is outstanding with RLDatix
In 2014, University Hospitals Bristol began to question the patient safety and risk management system they were using, as it was quite onerous to work with and efficiency was a major problem
St Barnabas Hospice: Effectively Managing Patient Safety with RLDatix
Meticulous reporting and accurate data is essential to enable identification of trends and risks. Prior to the implementation of RLDatix, St Barnabas used a paper based system...
Medway Community Healthcare: Driving Continual Service Improvements with RLDatix
MCH is a £57 million business with over 1,300 staff providing a wide range of both planned and unscheduled care in local settings such as healthy living centres, inpatient units and people’s homes.
Belgian Hospital AZ Sint-Lucas: Enhancing Patient Safety Monitoring
AZ Sint-Lucas is actively involved in improving patient safety which is essential to the hospital’s overall Quality Management programme.
Imperial College Healthcare: Staying One Step Ahead with Product Innovation
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust completely overhauled its patient safety system based on RLDatix software.
East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust: Bringing Innovation to Patient Safety with RLDatix
The Trust attends more than half a million emergency calls every year and transports nearly twice that many patients to and from routine hospital appointments.
Four Seasons: RLDatix is central to business of of the UK's largest independent health care provider
Four Seasons first deployed RLDatix patient safety software in 2010 to replace an in-house developed system that could no longer accommodate the healthcare provider's incident reporting needs.