Acute Kidney InjuryTag: ‘Acute Kidney Injury’

Patientrack acquisition enhances digital offer for NHS

1 year ago News
Health tech provider Patientrack to enhance services for NHS hospitals and strengthen UK presence, after reaching a binding agreement to be acquired by Alcidion Group. NHS technology provider Patientrack is to enhance its work with NHS hospitals to improve patient safety, following an agreement to be acquired by health informatics software company Alcidion Group...

Harrogate District Hospital leaps ahead in safer care with Patientrack

3 years ago Case Studies, News
Alerting doctors and nurses to deteriorating patients is allowing early intervention and innovative care The brief The NHS in England has a national ambition to become the safest healthcare system in the world. Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust embarked on a patient safety initiative, with the aim of reducing adverse events and mortality rates...

UK SMEs can play a crucial role in meeting NHS challenges

4 years ago Blog
NHS hospitals are working with SMEs to tackle significant challenges and serious conditions, achieving great things for patients and healthcare professionals through technology. Making successful collaborations widespread demands better understanding from both sides, writes Donald Kennedy.

Pioneering project to predict and prevent AKI makes EHI Awards finals

4 years ago News
Western Sussex Hospitals and Patientrack patient safety collaboration gets national recognition Ground-breaking work to alert doctors and nurses to patients at risk of the devastating effects of acute kidney injury (AKI), has made it through to the final stage of the EHI Awards 2015...

Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Patientrack team up in bid to help prevent acute kidney injury

4 years ago Coverage
Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been working alongside Patientrack, an IT provider for the NHS, to develop a system to automatically detect and help prevent acute kidney injury (AKI), which is believed to be linked to as many as 100,000 deaths in UK hospitals every year, at a cost to the NHS of between £434m and £620m...

Predict, prevent and manage acute kidney injury: A UK collaboration

4 years ago Coverage
Professor Lui Forni, Dr Richard Venn, and Dr Luke Hodgson explore how Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is using cutting-edge technology to tackle acute kidney injury..

Patientrack expands team and helps NHS collaborate to improve patient safety

5 years ago News
London, UK – 1st September 2014: Patientrack has welcomed a new expert to its team in the company’s drive to help NHS hospitals implement innovative technology to improve patient safety and share the benefits.

Life-threatening kidney injuries to be prevented by pioneering NHS trust in collaboration with Patientrack

5 years ago News
Western Sussex Hospitals wins national competition with Patientrack     Sussex, UK – 19th August 2014: Acute kidney injuries that contribute to tens of thousands of deaths in England every year could soon be avoided due to the launch of a ground-breaking project at Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the support of Patientrack, a real-time patient vital signs, early warning and a…