BHSF Utilises Attend Anywhere to Conduct Remote Appointments During COVID-19
By using Attend Anywhere, the Occupational Health department at BHSF have been able to use their clinicians to their full capacity during the pandemic.
The Royal College of Physicians
The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) have utilised the medio.link secure video conferencing platform to hold meetings with stakeholders from NHS sites. The RCP, a leading health organisation which aims to improve patient care and prevent disease worldwide, represents 37,000 doctors globally and needed a reliable video platform after struggling to hold virtual meetings which were of a consistent quality.
St Pauls Chambers
St Pauls Chambers, well known for their expertise in criminal law, are a forward-thinking Barristers chambers who invest in new technologies that will benefit their clients. Due to the increase in popularity of using technology to collaborate within the workplace, the Chambers decided they needed a cost-effective solution which would provide the option of video conferencing for their business.
United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust
Involve have provided United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust (ULH), one of the biggest acute hospital trusts in England, with state-of-the-art MDT rooms across multiple sites.
The trust, whose vision is to provide ‘excellence in rural healthcare’, has three hospitals which need to collaborate to provide the best patient-centred care possible for more than 720,000 people.
Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust Launches Virtual Clinics
Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust (LTHT) are leading the way in digital transformation by offering outpatient appointments via video.
The use of Virtual Clinics will benefit patients in several ways: mental health patients will have appointments over video allowing them to remain at home, children with Cystic Fibrosis who have an infection risk will use Virtual Clinic for interactions and the service will be used to reduce the amount of travelling time for patients.
Nottingham University Hospitals
Nottingham University Hospitals Trust and Macmillan Cancer Support have successfully piloted a pioneering approach to consultations, by using the Virtual Clinic platform by Involve to offer patients with brain metastases the option of having their consultation over video from the comfort of their own home.
Fred.Olsen Cruise Lines
Involve have provided award-winning family-run Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines with an impressive, immersive 3D cinema room on one of their four intimate ocean cruise ships; Black Watch, as part of an extensive refurbishment programme.
As part of their commitment to constantly refreshing the activities available to their guests, Fred. Olsen made the decision to turn an under-used cinema room into an impressive 3D cinema room to show the latest movies.
Involve, one of the UK’s leading systems integrators specialising in the design, implementation and support of visual collaboration solutions, has recently delivered a 2-room meeting space solution based on Symetrix Radius AEC technology to British commercial television studio, ITV.
ITV Central required a solution to make their meeting spaces more flexible and productive whilst maintaining an easy-to-use front end. “We have a regular need for remote comms,” explained ITV’s Ian Glen.
Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust
The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust is a modern, progressive Trust, with a reputation for clinical excellence and efficiency. Awarded Foundation Trust status in 2005, the hospital provides a wide range of health services to the local area. The Trust needed to improve efficiency whilst maintaining consistently high standards of clinical practice and reduce costs, whilst also increasing patient confidence.
Involve have extensive experience in equipping inclusive meeting environments; such as seminar rooms designed for general purpose, teaching rooms, and Multi-Disciplinary Team meetings to name a few.
Involve helps Welsh Government to improve collaboration and reduce costs with immersive telepresence solution.
The challenges of managing an organisation with staff based in multiple locations, both nationally and internationally, are many and increasing. The need to control costs and ensure that staff productivity is maximised can sometimes lead to diverging aims that actually achieve neither. But, if approached in the right way both these targets can be met and operational efficiency improved.
As one of the largest snack companies within the United Kingdom, an efficient presentation system is a priority for KP Snacks. And, being the home to some iconic and well-loved brand names they have the appetite to grow through innovation. Following the purchase of KP by German company Intersnack, the UK head office has relocated to new premises in Slough which sit against the backdrop of the impressive Windsor Castle. The interior colourful décor and furnishings are modern, with a focus being open space working. The well-considered layout lends itself extremely well to collaboration, there are many small to mid-size huddle areas dotted around which are formed by fixed and un-fixed furniture and fittings.