25 June 2024 News

Apira continues to support the NHS to deliver 


Last week Apira’s delivery teams supported three successful Go-lives at NHS trusts.

In addition to the largest – the Badgernet Maternity system deployment at University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust (UHDB), we have also supported the first pilot Go-live of the T-Pro Digital Dictation solution at UHDB, and the Access Group’s “Patient Flow Manager” Bed Management system at Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust.

David Corbett – Executive Director at Apira said:

 ”We’re delighted to have supported these successful Go-lives, each a critical milestone for the projects which signifies the culmination of many months of hard work, planning and resources invested into these important digitally enabled change programmes. We’re grateful to our teams for their hard work, dedication and commitment, and to the trusts for bringing in Apira’s deployment teams to support their local teams with the work.”

Congratulations to all involved within the trusts and to the system suppliers across each of these projects (SystemC LtdT-ProThe Access Group) which will support clinicians and other health and care professionals in their roles, and help to improve patient experience, safety and clinical outcomes. We look forward to seeing the benefits being delivered as these systems become embedded within each trust.

To find out more about Apira’s delivery capabilities across many systems, and current deployment projects, including patient flow and EPR deployments across acute, mental health and community trusts, please contact Rory Dennis, Director of Growth rory.dennis@apira.co.uk