Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust Seminar

*This event is now fully booked.

As part of its long-term Digital Strategy, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust is improving patient care on mental health wards through a simple, reliable mobile app. Join us for a discussion-based, half-day workshop to find out how.

By developing a bespoke mobile application, the Trust has improved the level of data accuracy and reduced its reliance on paper records. The Trust is now processing 50,000 transactions per month, with a forecast of over 500,000 per month when deployed to all hospitals.
What will you hear about at this seminar?
  • Find out how Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust used awi MX to create a bespoke Mental Health ward observation app enabling their staff to work more efficiently
  • See a LIVE demonstration of the innovative app
  • Understand how they are meeting the standards expected by the Care Quality Commission, with respect to Mental Health and the needs of vulnerable patients
  • Find out how staff are able to capture data in a more accurate and reliable way, resulting in better management information and a better quality of care
  • Understand the unique challenges of creating a mobile app, from installation and development to "go live", avoiding any potential pitfalls
  • Discover how Nottinghamshire plan to roll out the use of this app to other hospital wards and communities
  • Understand the benefits of cross-platform, native applications that give you complete control

What does the future hold? Hear more about the Trust's innovative plans to further improve patient care, which are supported by NDL's extensive experience in the Healthcare Sector.

This event is appropriate for Chief Clinical Information Officers, IM&T Directors and Managers, IT Directors and Managers and Business Development Directors.

"Using the cost effective MX solution we have built a mobile Clinical App with an easy to use interface that provides the user with intuitive screens to alert them to when the next General Observation is required and allows for the quick capture of clinical data to inform clinical decisions."  Keith Vaughan, Principal Project Manager, Health Informatics Service (HIS) Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Date: 31st January 2017


The Mike Harris Learning and Development Centre
Rampton Hospital
DN22 0PD