Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust has implemented MEDITECH Expanse, an electronic patient records (EPR) solution.
This is said to be the first NHS organisation in the UK to deploy the tool.
The solution replaces the trust’s legacy Patient Administration System (PAS), which has been in use since 1996.
CereCore president and CEO Curtis Watkins said: “We are excited for the new ways of working this ‘first’ brings to Liverpool Women’s staff.
“A successful EPR implementation like this shows what’s possible when you have the right expertise working toward a common goal.
“We believe this ‘first’ for Liverpool will be a springboard for other Trusts as they look to implement MEDITECH Expanse or other integrated EPRs.”
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Healthcare IT services provider CereCore International worked alongside the trust on the configuration and build of the new solution.
Watkins added: “Today, healthcare demands more from an EPR — more efficient ways of working and delivering care, more data standardisation, more mobile access, and the list goes on. The go-live at Liverpool Women’s is the dawn of the next era for healthcare technology in the UK.
“Getting an EPR into the hands of staff so they have the clinical information they need is the heart of what we do at CereCore.”