Stand No 26
XML Solutions are a software design and innovations company who currently work with numerous NHS organisations including advising bodies like NHS Digital, NHS England and Public Health England
Their exhibition stand will be showcasing
XML Solutions will be show casing our flag ship software product Forms4Health. We have implemented our smart digital forms at NHS organisation across Yorkshire as well as having customers abroad.
Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust who complete roughly 80,000 forms a month and will eventually be completing 200,000 a month on one small installation.
Our aim is to help health care organisations become paperless in a number of areas, giving healthcare managers and clinicians the ability to design their own forms. Our forms can be fully embedded as part of another system or installed standalone but easily integrated into other healthcare systems. But they are much more than plain forms. Large amounts of business logic can be held in the form allowing suggestions and calculations on the fly. As soon as they are published they are instantly available on phones, tablets and PCs.
As just one example, nurses currently use the National Early Warning Score forms on iPod Touches to carry out assessments on patients. Vital signs are automatically calculated and the forms provides warnings and advice if the results are worrying.
They are targeting
CCIO’s, transformation managers, IT managers and Directors, head of IT
Why should NHS Staff visit their stand?
Our stand should be visited if NHS Staff wish to see how other trusts have successfully used our software to become paperless and design forms very quickly. Whether they be simple forms or highly complex with complex logic built into them, such as our phenotype forms used for Genomics England.
Partners they are working with
NHS Digital, Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust, NHS England, Public Health England, Paradigm Outcomes (USA), Luton and Dunstable University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
Telephone: 0044 (0) 7956 734721
LinkedIn: XML Solution