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Enabling digital transformation at the point of care by overlaying legacy systems to make data accessible where it’s needed.

ExtraMed Patient Flow

ExtraMed replaces manual processes with an intuitive digital solution that gives frontline staff and NHS Trusts real, actionable visibility of patient flow.

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Using the Hospedia bedside terminal, a handheld tablet device or a smart phone, clinical staff can easily capture patient observations digitally.


Keeping patients engaged, mentally active, informed and in touch with the outside world improves their experience and response to treatment.

Case Studies

Find out how we’re helping NHS Trusts, hospitals and frontline staff deliver digital transformation at the point of care.

A&E 4 hour targets at Luton and Dunstable

Luton and Dunstable NHS Trust have consistently exceeded the 4 hour A&E waiting time standard. How are they doing it?

Ready to Go with Patient Flow at Derby

Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust needed to create efficiencies by improving bed management and the discharge process.

Keeping patients connected and engaged

How Hospedia’s WiFi solution has enabled a number of hospitals to deliver connectivity for patients and staff alike.

Shaping the future of patient flow with the King’s Fund

Shaping the future of patient flow with the King's Fund

Hospedia is delighted to be the sponsor of The King’s Fund upcoming Working Together to Improve Patient Flow event. Here’s a run-down of what you need to know about the event’s topics and the people presenting.

The King’s Fund is an independent charity which provides a range of consultancy and advisory services on health and care systems, policy and development. Led by specialists from a wide range of backgrounds, they’re on a mission to improve healthcare in England.

Patient Flow – the big picture

The event on May 15th has an excellent agenda, a great speaker line-up and a range of breakout sessions. The aim is to look deeply into the challenges and opportunities of patient flow and provide practical, whole-system approaches for making improvements.

Sharing good practice

Marion Collict, former Executive Director of Operations, Risk & Governance at Luton & Dunstable University Hospital NHS Trust opens the day. She will be sharing how the Trust transformed its A&E target performance by taking the widest possible view of patient flow.

More about how Luton & Dunstable have transformed A&E target performance in this article.

Investigating system-wide options

The programme covers A&E performance, preventing hospital admissions, internal flow within acute hospitals, wider community support, managing relationships and planning. Topics include:

  • how integrated teams are reducing hospital admissions
  • the role of housing in dealing with patient flow issues
  • the importance of nurturing relationships between NHS and social care and how better communication can facilitate huge reductions in delayed transfers
  • harnessing assets from the voluntary sector and the important role the sector plays in keeping patients at home and out of hospital
  • exploring new opportunities arising from place-based systems of care and how key organisations plan to tackle DtoC

Fantastic speaker line-up

As well as key analysts from The King’s Fund, the line-up includes Professor Simon Conro, Clinical Lead from Acute Frailty Network, NHS Elect, Dr Taj Hassan President, Royal College of Emergency Medicine, and Professor Martin Vernon, National Clinical Director for Older People and Person Centred Integrated Care, NHS England.

This will be a great opportunity to discuss best practice and share ideas on the crucial topic of patient flow. We hope to see you there!

The event takes place on Tuesday 15th May between 8.30am-4.45pm at The King’s Fund, London, W1G 0AN. Find out more or book your ticket now.

Shaping the future of patient flow with the King's Fund

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