Healthcare Solutions that provide clinicians and patients with critical information where and when they need it.
Enables clinicians to access medical guidance at the point of care.
Enables Maternity Units to manage and publish leaflets to their own branded mobile application providing the latest maternity guidance to their patients.
Acquired in 2015. Enables clinicians to access medical guidance at the point of care.
A mobile application that reduces the administrative burden on IVF providers by supporting and monitoring patients and providing coping mechanisms during critical stages of the fertility cycle.
Provides medical organisations with feedback on “the patient journey”
In 2012, in conjunction with University Hospital Southampton, we designed and developed MicroGuide. In 2013 this service was launched and within three years was being used in almost 50% of all UK Acute Hospital Trusts to publish medical guidelines to their clinicians.
Our objective is to build on this success and become a trusted advisor to medical organisations and help them take advantage of the emerging mobile (m-Health) technological revolution.
Mobile devices allow greater connectivity throughout the world. The world is going mobile, by 2020 there will be 6.1 billion smart phones in circulation and the M-health market will be worth $31 billion globally.
Mhealth has the ability to improve the overall healthcare system by improving efficiency, communication, costs, and quality of healthcare services.
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Complimentary Medical Software Solutions
We work with NHS Trust’s, Medical societies and Government associations to develop software solutions to address problems faced by clinicians and patients.
POINT PREVALENCE SURVEY (PPS) SYSTEM
The objective of the PPS System is to provide an easy to use, responsive system offering real-time reporting that will inform the progress of antimicrobial stewardship programmes.
OUTPATIENT PARENTERAL ANTIBIOTIC THERAPY (OPAT) MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Built for the British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (BSAC), the OPAT Patient Management System is a comprehensive database for the management of patients on OPAT, and will feed core anonymised data into a UK national outcomes registry.
OPAT NATIONAL OUTCOMES REGISTRY (NORS)
NORS provides the most comprehensive overview of OPAT service provision in the UK. NORS correlates reports and data from all submitting OPAT services.
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We are delighted to announce that HSP has taken over the ownership and development of the OPAT Patient Management System. The OPAT Patient Management System (PMS) enables trusts to manage patients being treated in their OPAT service. The system also enables trusts to report on the management of patients and justify the costs of services by[…]
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) has become one of the biggest threats to global health and endangers other major priorities, such as human development. All around the world, many common infections are becoming resistant to the antimicrobial medicines used to treat them, resulting in longer illnesses and more deaths. At the same time, not enough new antimicrobial[…]
“DiAppBetes by UHS, launched with the MicroGuide platform is to be lauded as an excellent piece of innovation”
University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust on MicroGuide is the new home for the reworked app that was launched in 2012. For those of you involved in managing people in hospital with diabetes, DiAppbetes provides concise guidance notes that cover a wide variety of key themes that you may encounter and have previously found challenging.[…]
Since March, HorizonSP have been working with Public Health England to develop an online system that can be used to collect data for the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control PPS. Horizon had previously worked with BSAC to develop the National Antimicrobial Point Prevalence Survey System (NAS-PPS). The system will provide a national benchmarking[…]
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The Horizon stand alone mobile app, DiAppBetes, has been replaced with input from Sanjay Gupta, Non Exec CMO at Horizon and by Mayank Patel, Lead Consultant in Diabetes at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust. This is now included as a separate guideline within their MicroGuide framework and is available to download to their users.[…]
Horizon launch MyPregnancy Mobile App at Maternity, Midwifery and Baby 2016 Conference in Birmingham on 1st July
Horizon developed a mobile application myPregnancy for St Michael’s Maternity Hospital in Bristol. The app was released earlier this year and the feedback has been extremely positive. The app includes information on 60 different topics that in the past would have been given out as hard copy leaflets. The app is now available to all[…]
Millions of people will receive devices and apps free on the NHS to help them manage conditions such as diabetes and heart disease in an major drive to use technology to reduce patient deaths. NHS England’s chief executive, Simon Stevens, has backed the move as a significant expansion of self-care that could help prevent patients[…]
The high-speed choreography of Formula One pit stops could help save the lives of critically ill babies
Doctors and nurses at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, are being trained by the Williams pit crew in the hope of fine-tuning the resuscitation of premature newborn babies. The Formula One team is the slickest so far this season, changing four tyres in just two seconds. Sky News was exclusively invited to the Williams[…]
The recently published National Maternity Review – A Five Year Forward View for maternity care recommended that maternity units should ensure “that all women have access to comprehensive digital sources of information. Most women and their families now rely on digital sources of information in all parts of their lives. Maternity care should be no[…]