Electronic patient records providing better, safer patient care.
From all of us at IMS MAXIMS, we hope you have a very Happy Christmas and Prosperous New Year. See you in 2017!
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New Joiners:
Welcoming three new members to our expanding team:

Neills Hammond-Quaye as
IT Systems Manager 

Jack Gallagher a s Mobile Developer 

Ruairi` Thunder as UX\UI Graphic & Web Designer 
Out and About:

The big one! Simon Stevens was the special guest at the last HealthChat of the year with Roy Lilley. Checkout our Twitter for all the highlights, and watch the full interview on our YouTube channel here.

Join us at the Royal College of Nursing to discuss the big healthcare news of the moment, Sustainability & Transformation Plans.
Key speakers include Simon Stevens, (CEO,  NHS England),  and Ed Smith (Chair, NHS Improvement).

Big Plans for Next Year
Plans have started in earnest for 2017. Our highlights include:
mHealth Product Launch

We'll be launching our innovative mobile health solutions to help clinicians manage patient care on the move. Stay tuned for more details in the New Year.

User Group Meeting - March
Our second User Group will be held in March next year, with a focus on training & usability, and providing an update on our product development roadmap for 2017. Further details to be announced in January.

University Hospital Limerick has launched a new patient management system to improve patient care, representing a step-change in using information to deliver services in the Emergency Department (ED).  
The electronic health record from IMS MAXIMS will enable the ED - one of the busiest in Ireland - to better manage increasing demand on services and improve the tracking of a patient's journey in the new clinical environment.
The new system that went live on Friday 9th December, is functionally rich, easy to use, fully integrated into other hospital systems and has a comprehensive suite of reporting and analytical tools. It gives consultants and their teams the capability to maximise the operation of the ED.
Richard Corbridge, CIO, Health Service Executive (HSE), said: "The new system enables real-time information to support the management of patient flow and delivers bedside clinical information to staff, enabling safer, more efficient care to be delivered."

As part of our expansion plans, we are on the lookout for fantastic talent in Milton Keynes.
On 14th December, we are hosting a recruitment  event at the Holiday Inn Central.
We're looking for ex
ceptional & passionate Hybrid Software Engineers, Software Engineers, QA and QA Automation Engineers, to accelerate our product development.
From 5pm, candidates can meet our team, demo our  solutions and watch live product development.
Come and ex plore the potential of a career with one of the leading clinical IT solutions providers, and the first provider of open source electronic patient information and clinical software solutions in Europe.

Policy proposals to accelerate the adoption of digital innovation have to be a good thing, right?

In his latest blog, our Chief Medical Officer and CCIO, Professor Michael Thick, argues why initiatives such as the recently published Accelerated Access Review are welcome, but how funding, technology assessments and interoperability need greater focus.
Prof. Thick's comments, featured in DigitalHealth.net, Government Computing and Building Better Healthcare, also stresses the greater imperative in tech transformation; resolving the digital paradox .


More News:

November was action packed for us, with events and conferences throughout the month:

  • Prof. Thick also shared a stage with Richard Corbridge (CIO, HSE), Tony O'Brien (Director General, HSE), Will Smart (CIO, NHS England), and Andrew Griffiths (CIO, NHS Wales) at the eHealth Ireland Executive Leadership Summit. They discussed the role of the CIO in corporate leadership.