Monthly Archives: September 2014

A Successful Day at the EMIS NUG 2014

The Niche Health team enjoyed a busy two days at the EMIS NUG 2014 conference last week.

The Niche Health stand at the EMIS NUG 2014

We chose to launch our new iGPR – Intelligent GP Reporting software at this popular conference in order to show doctors and practice staff first-hand what a revolutionary addition the iGPR software will be.

Phil from Niche Health demonstrating iGPR

The stand was incredibly busy and the team are busy liaising with the many delegates who requested information and expressed interest in adopting the new software as soon as possible.

One of the key features of iGPR is that it is provided to GPs and indeed the NHS at no cost.  Insurers and requesting third parties are charged a fee to connect to iGPR.  It is this information that has proved difficult for some to digest.  In fact installations, software, remote training and support are all provided at no cost to the NHS and delegates were both impressed by this and the software demonstrations.  The speed and accuracy of the report making process was clear to see.

The Niche team had the opportunity to listen to some very inspiring presentations across the two days and we look forward to the EMIS NUG conference in 2015!

7 Reasons Your Practice Needs noteSpace

NoteSpace is currently liberating space in GP surgeries nationwide.  These are the top 7 reasons why your Practice needs noteSpace today!

1.  Space is quickly released.

noteSpace releases practice time and much needed space by delivering secure storage of medical records combined with innovative software that manages the flow of records.

2.  Extra facilities or services can be offered.

Many of our customers have used the space created to offer services such as physiotherapy for example. There are Practices that have simply enjoyed creating better working conditions for its staff.

3.  Consulting Rooms can be created.

Practices like Skyways Medical Centre have created an additional consulting room.

4.  Security is enhanced.

Records are kept in 15 regional, NHS-approved storage facilities.  Practices can be confident that our security measures are stringent.

5.  Software manages the flow of records

The Practice can request prompt delivery of the paper records using the noteSpace software.  Electronic copies can also be requested.

6.  Administration time drastically reduced

Designed with Doctors and Practice Staff in mind, noteSpace can drastically reduce administrative time spent on records management.

7.  Entirely managed service by Niche Health

The noteSpace service is managed entirely by Niche Health, from beginning to end.

To realise the benefits of noteSpace contact Niche Health or for more information visit our noteSpace product page.

Upcoming Events September – October 2014

EMIS NUG Annual Conference:

Niche Health will be available to demonstrate our products at stands 9 and 10 at EMCC Nottingham on 24 – 26th September 2014.

Management in Practice:

Niche Health will be attending the Management in Practice event in Birmingham Hilton Metropole on 7th October 2014. Please come and see us at Stand 21.

We will also be attending The Management in Practice event at the Business Design Centre in London on October 16th. You can find us at Stand 29.

noteSpace Case Study: Skyways Medical Centre

The latest customer to realise the benefits of noteSpace is the Skyways Medical Centre in Heston. Ramanjot Dhaliwal contacted us to discuss removal of the practices 4500 records.

Until recently, doctors at Skyways had preferred to access paper based records when consulting with patients instead of accessing records via the computer system. As a result there was always a need for all medical records to remain on-site.

Cluttered Shelves at Skyways General Practice

Recent changes however have seen Doctors embracing IT within the practice, the possibilities of records removal have become apparent and practice staff would like to use Niche’s noteSpace software to manage the flow of records for collection or delivery to Skyways. The practice recognises that security is enhanced using this method as records are stored in the NHS approved storage facility which is regional to the premises and is in line with CQC requirements.

Currently Nursing Home patient records are stored in a separate room due to the large size of the documents and other medical records are stored in cabinets in the reception area.

Cluttered Storage Space at Skyways General Practice

NoteSpace will be adopted primarily to create space. A new consulting room will be provided allowing the practice to expand the services it is able to offer.