Are you attending Digital Health Rewired 2024? Do you have clinical services struggling with an Electronic Health Record that doesn’t meet their requirements?? If so, you might want to stop by stand D50.
Last year was an exciting one for Mayden. We successfully deployed our iaptus Electronic Health Record (EHR) into two new countries as well as expanding into new clinical specialities. We know we have a first-class patient-centred system that clinicians working in mental health services love using, so we are now on a mission to help more clinical services across healthcare benefit.
Our customers recognise the value in our flexible, care pathway centred and outcomes focussed EHR and have since adopted iaptus to support other healthcare services such as; gambling harms, diabetes remission, weight management and cardiovascular disease prevention.
Trusted by over 200 organisations across 3 continents, including Europe, Australia and North America, we believe iaptus is perfectly positioned to support healthcare services treating large volumes of patients, where outcomes for the patient must be captured and reported locally or nationally.
At Digital Health Rewired 2024, our focus is on making connections. We’ve recently been visiting NHS Trusts around the country to help support their clinical services that are underserved by their technology, and we would love to continue the conversation at Digital Health Rewired.
We’ll be exhibiting at the NEC in Birmingham this year and would love for you to drop by Stand D50 for a chat.
Talk to Fi Dawson – Director and Certified Healthcare Chief Information Officer (CIO):
Fi is primarily involved in our partnerships and interoperability work for our EHR product, iaptus. Alongside creating a system that is consistently recognised as a leading EHR for supporting patient outcomes, her ambition is for iaptus to be integrated with every Local Health and Care Record (LHCR) in the country.
Fi contributes to the national agendas around interoperability and tech regulation, as well as groups that seek to support the broader societal challenges around digital literacy, health informatics as a profession and organisational change through digital transformation. Somehow, whilst running a thriving health tech business, and supporting local and national tech for good initiatives, she has also recently completed her masters in Healthcare Data at Cambridge University.
Talk to Chris Eldridge – Director
Chris works closely with our customers to understand how the application of iaptus can evolve to support their service’s work. He brings the principles from his background in engineering and lean manufacturing to the development of iaptus, constantly seeking ways for services to become more efficient.
His ambition is to ensure iaptus continues to evolve in a way that best meets the needs of our customers, and the demands that are placed on them. He is heavily involved in our Research & Development agenda and is an advocate for the role technology can play in solving some of healthcares biggest challenges around access.
Talk to Alison Sturgess-Durden – Director
Ali has 30 years of experience in healthcare, having held a number of operational and strategic management positions in acute and community healthcare sectors. Before joining Mayden in 2011, she also worked in one of the UK’s leading healthcare consultancy firms. There she worked on service transformation programmes with a range of NHS clients.
As a Director at Mayden, Ali has helped services to transform by harnessing the power of data and digital, working with the NHS and wider partners to identify areas where the need is greatest. Her ambition is for iaptus electronic health record to support even more healthcare services to deliver the best possible care.
Talk to Becky Prestland – Associate Director
Becky Prestland is a health tech enthusiast with over 15 years in industry. She supports Mayden with strategy, marketing communications and business development. She is motivated by seeing examples of technology changing the way care is delivered for the better, and is passionate about the role IT can play in creating sustainable healthcare systems across the world.
Her ambition is to help services find an electronic health record that genuinely works for their service, and not settle for solutions that do not improve the working lives of clinicians and outcomes for patients.
Why should you choose iaptus as your best of breed system?
The bar for healthcare IT is sadly quite low, with many systems falling into two camps. Either they’re small niche systems which are good at one thing but not flexible, or they’re monolithic systems that can do lots of things but don’t provide a great user experience.
By contrast, we’ve created a system that clinicians tell us they love to use and works tremendously well for managing patients through care pathways and capturing their outcomes.
Did you know iaptus can be configured to support a variety of health services?
Mental health services
NHS Talking Therapies (adults)
NHS CAMHS (children and young people)
Mental Health Support Teams (schools)
Primary care liaison nursing
Voluntary and private psychological therapy practices
Independent practitioners and counsellors
Physical health services
Cardiovascular disease prevention
If your service has data reporting requirements, a care pathway and patient outcomes to be collected, drop by stand D50 to find out how iaptus could support you.