Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust improves patient care with ICE OpenNet
QE Gateshead has been using ICE OpenNet since 2008 and connects nine northern trusts including Gateshead, Newcastle, Northumbria, South Tyneside, Sunderland, Durham, North Cumbria, North Tees and South Tees. Today, ICE OpenNet enables web connectivity to multiple diverse systems, giving clinicians seamless access to a consolidated view of patients’ diagnostic test results from all organisations.
University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust moves to paper-light working with ICE
University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust is leading a programme to create a single order communications and results reporting system for its staff and local GPs and to share results with its merger partner, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust.
Black Country Pathology Services
The aim of this consolidated service was to deliver an efficient, effective and sustainable pathology service in alignment with the pathology consolidation proposals of NHSI. The network has adopted a “hub and spoke” model which in addition to delivering the costs savings outlined in the NHSI proposals has also established Black Country Pathology Services as a showcase and exemplar network
Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
ICE is used in all clinical areas within Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust as well as several additional facilities and GP practices. ICE is integrated with a number of clinical systems in order to streamline the clinical workflow and make information readily available to caregivers in one central system.
Berkshire and Surrey Pathology Services
An incremental LIMS consolidation programme to implement a single networked WinPath Enterprise across all sites and laboratories.
Enabling efficient multi-site working for Severn Pathology Service
Severn Pathology set out to establish a system that would increase standardisation, enable efficient, low-risk collaboration and be fully in line with the Sustainability and Transformation Programme, and latterly the NHSI drive to pathology networking. This meant implementing a single LIMS to support multi-site requirements and enable multiple incumbent IT systems to share information.
Rationalising three different LIMS into a single WinPath Enterprise solution for Barts Health NHS Trust
Barts Health NHS Trust had a mixed estate of LIMS across its sites. The Trust identified that management of multiple systems and hardware platforms was far from optimal, and the migration to a single platform across all sites would improve efficiency and workflow, and would enable all sites to benefit from enhanced WinPath Enterprise functionality.