Welcoming another new member to our expanding team:
Mihai Olimpiu as QA Engineer
Out and About:
We are partnering with HSE and eHealth Ireland to facilitate staff engagement in Galway on the 8th. We'll see you there!
Ed Smith, Chair of NHS Improvement has put himself forward to be interviewed by Roy Lilley in the next HealthChat.
With the recent publication of the NHS England and NHS Improvement 'Strengthening Financial Performance and Accountability in 2016-17' report, what will Ed have to say about the new sanctions put in place to reset the NHS finances?
Book now for what is set to be a sold out event.
We have been awarded a place on the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) G-Cloud Framework for the fourth year in a row.
The G-Cloud 8 Framework is an online services marketplace which public sector organisations, including agencies and arm's length bodies, can use to purchase cloud-based services. It is designed to help buyers compare and easily procure digital services that suit their needs.
IMS MAXIMS has been listed on the G-Cloud 8 Framework in two key categories; 'Software as a Service' and 'Specialist Cloud Services'.
In response to the recommendations by the
Dame Fiona Caldicott
, Jacinta Ni Suaird, Product Director at IMS MAXIMS said:
"The CQC and Dame Fiona Caldicott recommendations provide welcomed guidance in the use and safeguarding of patient's data, which can lay the foundations for restoring public trust in this area.
The recommendations call for health and care organisations to show greater leadership around data security, with a strong emphasis on providers. However, with suppliers being technology partners, we have an important role in supporting this approach and being responsive to necessary change.
Following the news that the Department of Health has reorganised and merged its digital, technology, local government and social care directorates into a new single community care category, Natalie Chishick, Policy and Communications Director at IMS MAXIMS, said:
"The role of technology to deliver efficiencies and support patient safety has become an important consideration for health and social care policy in recent years. The directorate reshuffle, that will see the newly formed community care directorate absorb technology as part of its remit, signifies another move in the ambition to deliver integrated care across public services
Achievements of Musgrove staff celebrated at IMS MAXIMS sponsored awards ceremony