Solutions

Our portfolio of solutions use digital technology to help hospitals deliver better care and a better patient experience.

Digital Platform

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.

Vital Signs & Nursing Assessments

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

WiFi

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.

Event: Reducing long stays in hospitals with Hospedia and The King’s Fund

Reducing long stays in hospitals - Hospedia and The Kings Fund

Hospedia is delighted to be the sponsor of The King’s Fund’s ‘Reducing long stays in hospitals: how to prepare properly for winter and learn from past pressures’ event on Tuesday October 16th in Birmingham. Here’s what you can expect on the day.

‘Reducing long stays in hospitals’ takes place on Tuesday 16th October between 9am-4.30pm at IET Birmingham: Austin Court, 80 Cambridge St, Birmingham, B1 2NP. For more information and to book your ticket visit The Kings Fund.

Reducing long stays in hospitals this winter

The King’s Fund is an independent charity providing a range of consultancy and advisory services on health and care systems, policy and development. This event, run in partnership with the British Red Cross, will offer sessions highlighting practical ways the health and social care system can come together to ensure every patient receives the right care.

  • Improving patient flow: reducing long hospital stays: the new NHS Improvement strategy
  • Care Quality Commission local system reviews: the effectiveness of local health and social care systems for older people
  • Practical solutions at a minimal cost, how the British Red Cross transforms hospital discharge
  • Mental health provisions that unblock A&E departments
  • The pioneering use of digital platforms that enable better flow: the Milton Keynes University Hospital case study
  • How to prevent readmissions: the British Red Cross solution that makes a real difference
  • The role of housing in patient re-ablement
  • Refreshments and networking

Excellent speaker line-up confirmed

The line-up includes:

  • Martin Wilson, Director of Emergency and Elective Care Strategy, NHS Improvement
  • Alison Holbourn, Deputy Chief Inspector, Care Quality Commission
  • Dr Durka Dougall, Senior Consultant, Leadership and Organisational Development Team, The King’s Fund
  • Professor Joe Harrison, Chief Executive Officer, Milton Keynes University Hospital
  • Mike Adamson, Chief Executive Officer, British Red Cross
  • Professor George Tadros, Clinical Lead, Rapid Assessment, Interface and Discharge (RAID) service, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Trust

This event offers a great opportunity to discuss serious preparation for this winter and we will be demo-ing our Patient Flow system too. We hope to see you there!

‘Reducing long stays in hospitals’ takes place on Tuesday 16th October between 9am-4.30pm at IET Birmingham: Austin Court, 80 Cambridge St, Birmingham, B1 2NP. For more information and to book your ticket visit The Kings Fund.

Reducing long stays in hospitals - Hospedia and The Kings Fund

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