We are not here to sell you EDM
We can, however, take you safely on an EDM transformation journey
and it starts here …
Strategic decision: Is a new EDM solution right for your trust NOW? What are the real total costs?
EDM Short-list: Which EDM solution best fits your requirements? What is their record within the NHS?
Building meaningful buy-in: How will you maximise user adoption?
Structured requirements: What does an EDM solution specifically need to achieve for your Trust, your patients and clinicians?
Deployment: Who will be the best system integrators for your needs? How do you reduce disruption during implementation. How do you complete your EDM project on-time and within budget.
Full Realisation: How will you maximise the solution to fully leverage the EDM business case benefits now and in the future?
Don’t just take our word for it
We are experienced in this because we know the importance of diagnostic imaging and we have worked with several Trusts to deploy or replace their EDM.
We used Apira to guide us through the minefield of evaluating, selecting and procuring a new Electronic
Patient Record system for our Trust and creating a full financial business case of an Electronic Document
Management system. They really helped us come to the right conclusions and exemplify the true partnership
that so many suppliers strive to achieve.
They are both passionate and professional in what they do and I have no hesitation in recommending them
Bill Fawcett, Chief Information Officer at Leeds and York Partnership
The NNUH have worked over the past year with Apira on the scoping and building of an OBC and FBC for a Trust wide electronic document management system. They have seamlessly moved us through the process of business case building and the procurement process. Their attention to detail and personal approach has been valued by myself and our managerial and clinical staff alike. The project manager assigned to us had incredible interpersonal skills and spent many hours deep in the organisation listening to stakeholders and building relationships. They have supported, advised and facilitated the project using an effective partnership style. As an organisation Apira are dependable, reliable and produce high quality outcomes and documentation.
Sheila Glenn, Operations Director, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital