The new partnership supports the Government’s Releasing Time To Care (RTC) scheme which incentivises healthcare organisations to deliver both quality and cost benefits.
Integrella, a leading provider of integration solutions into the NHS, will enable Cayder’s PFM solution to display information and alerts from multiple systems, reducing the administrative burden on frontline carers.
The PFM solution allows care professionals across multiple care settings to manage the progress of patients through treatment – from referral to inpatient stay and back to into the community – allowing them to deliver better care and more efficient services.
The partnership means that frontline carers who record patients' progress with just one or two touches on an electronic whiteboard or any other authored trust device, will now be able to access a greater depth of information when and where they need it.
Marcus Davies, CEO of Integrella, said: “In answer to our customers’ needs, it seems right to offer the entire package going forward. Cayder offer a patient-flow solution that takes the burdensome administration processes and makes them simple and automated. Team this with the integration services that we offer at Integrella and you have an entire healthcare centre released from on-going paper-based administration.”
Stuart Rankin, managing director of Cayder, added. “We are always keen to develop our PFM solution to meet the on-going needs of the modern frontline carer. That means making sure they have access to all the information they need at the point of care delivery.”
“By combining our unique product and Integrella’s advanced interfacing services it allows healthcare organisations to leverage best-of-breed solutions whilst maintaining legacy systems with real-time data and extending their useful life.”