We are proud to be able to include many of the UK’s leading cardiology centres, and pioneering primary care and mental health service providers from both the NHS and Private sectors, amongst our customer base. Their inspirational use of our technology means that their patients continue to receive excellent diagnostic arrhythmia assessments.
Learn how we are supporting customers to deliver convenient, flexible, and interchangeable service solutions that meet the challenges of diagnostic ECG provision in today’s changing healthcare landscape.
How to keep essential diagnostic pathways running during social distancing.
March 2020 was a milestone month for companies in modifying the way they work in the wake of a health pandemic. The initial priorities were primarily around establishing remote working arrangements, securing supply chains and cutting costs, but for providers of health care services, there have been additional considerations too; how to keep essential diagnostic pathways running during social distancing.
The Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust is the largest specialist Heart and Lung Centre in the UK and among the largest in Europe. Their non-invasive cardiology department performs a high volume of Holter monitoring, broadly spread over adult, paediatric and congenital cohorts. During COVID-19, the non-invasive cardiology department used ECG On-Demand’s mail order Holter service to avoid a backlog of Holter monitoring requests.
Bradford District Care Foundation Trust use of ECG On-Demand’s AI assisted 12-lead ECG interpretation service
Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust (BDCT) is an NHS provider of mental health, community health and specialist learning disability services. It supports people of all ages who live in the Bradford, Airedale, Craven and Wakefield areas. This NHSx playbook describes BDCT’s use of ECG On-Demands service and the HSCN to provide cardiology diagnostics to its patients.
View NHSx playbook