The SAFERsleep systems has been deployed into all theatres at Queen Victoria Hospital in East Grinstead. Queen Victoria Hospital is a leading specialist centre for reconstructive surgery and rehabilitation, helping people who have been damaged or disfigured through accidents or disease.
The SAFERsleep systems has been deployed into all theatres at Kings College in London. Kings College is one of London’s largest and busiest teaching hospitals, with a strong profile of local services primarily serving the boroughs of Lambeth, Southwark, Lewisham and Bromley. King’s College provide specialist services are to patients across a wider catchment area,[…]
SAFERsleep has signed an agreement to become the preferred supplier of anaesthetic information systems to Southern Cross Hospitals, this also includes all Southern Cross partner hospitals. Southern Cross Hospitals has a national network of private surgical hospitals offering a broad range of elective surgery, which play a significant role in improving the health of New[…]
SAFERsleep preop.online is now live and clinical feedback in coming in from clinicians around the country. Currently this is running on an invite only basis for selective clinical leads around the country. As the system develops this will be more widely open to other users. The new preop.online model is going to allow clinicians to view and undertake[…]
Come see us at the Annual Congress in Liverpool to see the SAFERsleep solution around patient safety and pre-operative assessment.
Is your charting affecting your hospital’s certification? Audits by the Ministry of Health have highlighted concerns regarding standards for charting anaesthetic drugs. New Zealand Society Anaesthetist (NZSA) Executive member Kaye Ottaway outlines the areas of non-compliance, the remedial actions taken, and urges compliance with Ministry of Health certification requirements. The standard of drug charting has been[…]