Our portfolio of solutions use digital technology to help hospitals deliver better care and a better patient experience.

ExtraMed Patient Flow

ExtraMed replaces manual processes with an intuitive digital solution that gives frontline staff and NHS Trusts real, actionable visibility of patient flow.

Vital Signs & Nursing Assessments

Available via PC, tablet, smartphone or ExtraMed bedside terminal, clinical staff can record patient observations digitally.

Case Studies

Find out how we’re helping NHS Trusts, hospitals and frontline staff deliver digital transformation at the point of care. View all the case studies here.

Dealing with winter pressures

With some concerns about winter bed pressures, the Royal Derby Hospital made improvement in this area a top priority.

A&E 4 hour targets at Luton and Dunstable

Luton and Dunstable NHS Trust have consistently exceeded the 4 hour A&E waiting time standard. How are they doing it?

Better nursing assessments

How East Lancashire Hospitals worked with ExtraMed to enhance assessments, support staff, improve handovers and increase data flow.

See you at The King’s Fund’s Delivering Integrated Care event?

Delivering Integrated Care at The King's Fund, 21 March 2019

We’re delighted to announce ExtraMed will be exhibiting at a Delivering integrated care on 21st March. Hosted by The King’s Fund, the day-long event brings together health and care professionals to discuss all things integrated care.

Sessions throughout the day will explore how health and care staff are working together using examples of different models of care, including integrated care partnerships, primary and acute care systems, multispecialty community providers, neighbourhood-based models and more.

Sharing experiences of integrated care

ExtraMed will be sharing our experiences of using patient flow software to support integration, visibility and collaboration across primary, secondary and community care.

We’re looking forward to hearing about some of the different ways in which integration is being planned and executed and the ways in which leadership is changing to suit. Speakers include medical professionals, care-givers and representatives from NHSE, CCG and The King’s Fund such as:

  • Nicola Walsh, Assistant Director, Leadership and Organisational Development, The King’s Fund
  • Sultan Mahmud, Director of Integration, The Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Sandie Robinson, Associate Director of Transformation, NHS West Suffolk CCG
  • Professor John Howarth, System Clinical Lead North Cumbria and Deputy Chief
  • Executive, Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

A packed agenda

Topics focus on specific cases of integration as well as broader themes. On the sessions list:

  • Trafford coordination centre: accelerating the delivery of an integrated, patient-centric and proactive care model
  • What integrated and co-ordinated care means in practice
  • Leading place-based integration
  • Regional focuses: Wolverhampton, North Cumbria, Wigan, Erewash, Wakefield, West Suffolk, Dorset

The event will take place at The King’s Fund HQ in London on Thursday 21 March.

Refreshments are provided and there are plenty of opportunities for networking. The ExtraMed team are very excited to hear from speakers and visitors alike and we hope to see you there. If you have questions about the role patient flow can play in Delivering Integrated Care, visit our stand and pick up our case studies.

To find out more and book tickets to the event visit the Delivering Integrated Care page on the King’s Fund website.

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