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Working with specialists
Servelec takes mental health very seriously, so any connected healthcare system we create needs to bridge both short and long-term care.
That’s why our team, which consists of specialists with a clinical background in mental health, works closely with customers and their clinical teams. This ensures our solutions meet the necessary standards and the Mental Health Act (MHA) in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
We call our approach Digital Care. Built on our Rio system, our integrated solution provides a single view of a patient. That means a practitioner can see key healthcare and social care information in one place. This helps to minimise risks, support pathways to success, and free care professionals’ time.
Trusts trust Servelec
To date, 49 Trusts and 54% of Mental Health Global Digital Exemplars and Fast Followers rely on Servelec’s Rio electronic patient record software.
A potential Trust saving of £3.5m per year
Our solution supports mobile working, which is vital with mental health care as a lot of work is community based. This also allows care workers to share, exchange and update information when they’re on the go.
This mobility could save as much as an hour a day per practitioner. When you look at the full potential, it’s estimated that our mobile solutions could save a Trust as much as £3.5m per year through improved efficiencies, reduced travel, printing, posting and archiving of paper records.
Our integrated solutions even empower patients to have more say on their mental health care.
To discover more about how Trusts and Servelec are working together for Digital Care, click here.
Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and Servelec digitise services with Rio electronic patient record
Servelec has announced that Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (LPFT), a provider of mental health and learning disability services, has gone live with the Rio electronic patient record.> Read article