Director of Technology at Essentia Tas Hind looks forward to the challenges the NHS faces in 2018. Where is the funding coming from? Will strategies align with the STP plans?
Essentia Trading Ltd, the Healthcare Planning and Infrastructure Consultancy, has been selected for the sought-after London Procurement Partnership’s (LPP’s) Framework for Professional Services
More trusts are developing new ways to deliver services that makes free healthcare sustainable. Tas Hind, director of technology at Essentia says that technology is often thought of too late and it should be at the forefront of change
In a recent article in Public Technology, Tas Hind, Technology Director at Essentia argues that local care records are fine until a patient isn’t that geography. Read the full article.
John Kelly, Director of Healthcare Planning asks:
What would the efficient health system of the future look like?
What would the benefits be to staff and patients?
Technology is seen as an enabler to help make some significant efficiencies in the way services are delivered in the future. New ways of working will help to make to make improve the patient pathways and this will deliver savings that will help to make healthcare more sustainable. Tas Hind Director of Technology
1. Remote monitoring of patients
Use of technology to effectively create a fully automated “virtual hospital ward” in the patient’s home, providing real-time tracking of patients’ vital signs, medication adherence, and movements within the home supported by alerting, workflow and task management to engender early intervention and prevention of unnecessary
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Tas Hind is a highly experienced Information Management & Technology (IM&T) and Transformation Consultant in
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We are pleased to announce that Essentia has launched the procurement process for the next iteration of our energy performance contract. Get more information from OJEU.