In 2012 we, with ECG On-Demand®, were awarded Innovators of the Year at the General Practice Awards. We have embraced digital data processing technologies to improve reporting precision whilst retaining humans for final checking.

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NHS Fax Ban

On the 1st April 2020, the NHS Fax Ban comes into force, as mandated by the current Secretary of State for Health. In compliance with this, from 1st April 2020, ECG On-Demand will no longer be accepting faxed copies of Holter study patient diaries.

Diaries will be accepted using the following 2 methods:

  1. Using the ECG On-Demand Smart Phone App.
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Members of the ECG On-Demand team working for the service that has been rated as Outstanding for Well-led by the Care Quality Commission

ECG On-Demand is rated Outstanding for Well-led by the Care Quality Commission

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the independent regulator of health and adult social care in England. Their role is to register, monitor and rate healthcare services.

Under the Health and Social Care Act 2008, Healthcare providers in scope are required by Law to register with the CQC and submit themselves for inspection.

For the avoidance of doubt, Diagnostic and Screening providers supplying ambulatory ECG (Holter) analysis and reporting services are required,

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Members of the ECG On-Demand team working on the service that has been used as a HSCN case study

NHS Digital Uses Technomed as HSCN Case Study

The Health and Social Care Network (HSCN) is the new UK data network for public sector health and care organisations, replacing N3. Its purpose is to facilitate collaboration between healthcare providers without exposing users to the wider risks of the Internet.

In addition to NHS trusts, independent third party healthcare providers wishing to deliver, facilitate or support health and social care in England should be using HSCN for the transfer of patient data.

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The Joint Clinical Research Facility at Swansea University celebrating the Research Excellence in NHS Award with the support of ECG On-Demand

ECG On-Demand Work Recognised at the 2017 Mediwales Awards

The Joint Clinical Research Facility at Swansea University has won the Research Excellence in the NHS Award at the MediWales Innovation Awards with the support of ECG On-Demand.

Professor Julian Halcox acknowledged ECG On-Demands contribution to the publication of the REHEARSE AF Study in Circulation when accepting the Research Excellence in the NHS Award on behalf of the Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board and Swansea University Medical School.

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ECG On-Demand Provides Cardiac Data Analysis for the Rehearse-AF study

Asymptomatic atrial fibrillation (AF) is increasingly common in the aging population and implicated in many ischemic strokes. Earlier identification of AF with appropriate anticoagulation may decrease stroke morbidity and mortality and significantly decrease the cost to the NHS of supporting post stroke patients.

Julian P.J. Halcox of Swansea University Medical School has published results of the REHEARSE-AF study in Circulation.

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High Court Rules that Technomed’s Database Rights and Copyright have been infringed by a competitor

Background

All resting ECG reports issued by Technomed’s ECG On-Demand® service are produced using a proprietary 2-step process;

Resting ECGs are classified by cardiac physiologists using a propriatary ECG classification protocol.

The physiologist classifications are then further processed using a risk classification algorithm calling on an underlying database to deliver the consensus triage opinion of a consultant cardiologist panel.

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