EPR Implementation

Supporting your transition to digital health records

     

    Safely delivering and implementing new healthcare technology

     

     

    We support Trusts and independent healthcare providers to implement electronic patient records, providing a seamless transition to real-time digital clinical information.

     

    why epr

    Electronic patient records (EPR) are a vital enabler for integrated care and system-wide working.

    Paper patient records and charts make integrated working across secondary care providers, primary care, community and mental health services difficult.  Their absence often means achieving economies of scale and productivity in back-office services is impossible.

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    our epr services

     

    Information management and technology strategy

    We help healthcare providers and vendors set their strategic direction and manage the end-to-end process of technology projects.

    Our support ranges from confirming requirements, scope, costs and timescales for an individual upgrade project - to developing an overall strategic roadmap for new developments and their implementation.

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    Implementation support and project management

    Monmouth project manages and coordinates internal stakeholders and key suppliers throughout the EPR implementation process.

    We bring subject matter expertise and capacity to your team to support the upgrade and migration programme where required.

    Our in-house team combines data management, standards, migration, quality, training, information security and governance to ensure your project runs smoothly and with minimal disruption.

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    Training support

    We help plan and deliver training, working closely with vendor and customer to ensure that training aligns with business process and key functions.

    Our qualified trainers and subject matter experts ensure your project is fully integrated with existing systems and that staff are trained and confident to use new systems from the outset.

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