Revolutionary healthcare software at EHI Live
It’s critical for the NHS to go paperless to improve efficiency and patient care in hospitals, and with an objective of going paperless by the year 2020 it’s essential for top technology and software companies to have a platform to pitch to the healthcare sector.
That’s why Trisoft are exhibiting at EHI Live, the UK’s largest ehealth exhibition where attendees can discover the latest technologies available, hear from key industry figures, meet experts, and plan for the future.
Trisoft’s healthcare software provides solutions for hospitals across the UK, from ssdman, which is track and trace software that enables the effective management of instruments, endoscopes, trays and equipment throughout the Trust, to theatreman, the theatre management system that enables Trusts to make efficient use of valuable theatre resources and maintain high standards of care throughout the peri-operative journey.
Another key topic for EHI Live this year is cyber security, including cloud services and integrations with IT infrastructure. As experts in software and IT services, we can provide the full solution, from providing healthcare software to maximise efficiency within hospitals, to providing IT services and support to ensure the data is protected and secure. We also offer networks and data cabling services, so we can offer you an end-to-end service which is smooth and efficient.
We’ll be talking about our healthcare software and providing demonstrations at EHI Live on stand 1B110 in hall 1 on the 1st and 2nd November, so please join us to see how we can transform your hospital’s processes and efficiency.
Want to know more about some of our projects?
- Read how theatreman reduced late starts by 30% and saw a 10% improvement in theatre utilisation for Christie NHS Foundation Trust here.
- Ssdman improved accountability and audit trails for the University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Trust, read more here.
- We installed over 1000 new Aruba Wireless Access Points across Lincoln, Grantham and Louth hospitals with minimal disruption to the hospitals, read more in this case study.