Less than 5 months after signing the contract to deliver Open RiO to St George’s University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Servelec’s RiO7 is now live for the Community Trust with 1,000 users.
St George’s University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust selected Servelec Healthcare to provide Open RiO to support their Community Trust in July 2014, following procurement process under the Camden framework. The Trust provides a wide range of specialist care and full community services to patients of all ages.
St George’s has now gone live with RiO 7, less than 5 months after signing the contract. They have over a 1,000 users and are connected to the Spine Personal Demographic Service (PDS). St George’s are the first Community Trust to exit the National Programme for IT, which was delivered by BT. Servelec are now working to deliver the next phase of functionality which encompasses the roll out of Store and Forward, Servelec’s mobile disconnected working solution, which will help clinicians further improve the quality of services for their patients.
John Jo Campbell, Chief Information Officer, from St George’s University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust said:
“St George’s chose Servelec Healthcare’s EPR solution Open RiO in July 2014. It was important that we chose a system that was flexible and could be customised to match our community business requirements and following on time delivery in December, Open RiO provides that capability.”
Lindsay Dransfield Servelec Healthcare’s Sales Director said:
“This is another important milestone – with the first Community Trust to exit the National Programme for IT. We are extremely pleased with how well the go live went, we worked closely with the Trust to ensure delivery on time and budget. We are currently working to deploy Open RiO to a further 12 Mental and Community Trusts and St George’s go live strongly evidences our capability to deliver to our direct customers.”
Division: Servelec HSC
Category: Healthcare, RiO