NHS Innovation Award 2013 for VitruCare

October 10, 2013 DHS was delighted to be announced winner of the Medipex NHS Innovation Award in the GP and Primary Care category. It is great honour to share the platform with important innovations made by the winners in the other categories and our fellow finalists. As Medipex, healthcare innovation hub, explains: The Awards, now in theirContinue reading “NHS Innovation Award 2013 for VitruCare”

North West London selects VitruCare for its Know Diabetes programme

The North West London collaboration of 8 CCGs has decided to combine the strengths of the VitruCare patient engagement solution from Dynamic Health Systems with the diabetes oriented content and capabilities from MyWay Digital Health to create a new Know Diabetes Service for the 2.4 million residents in the boroughs of Brent, Central London, Ealing HammersmithContinue reading “North West London selects VitruCare for its Know Diabetes programme”

SaTH wins HSJ Patient Safety Awards 2017

Congratulations to the SaTH team with this important award! Recognition from a national forum for the “triple win” of improving patient safety and patient experience while at the same time reducing inpatient days for patients undergoing chemotherapy. At DHS we are very pleased that VitruCare played a role in enabling patients, nurses and doctors toContinue reading “SaTH wins HSJ Patient Safety Awards 2017”

​​​​​​​​​​​Nuffield Trust reports on “Digital requirements for new primary care models”

April 2016 VitruCare is discussed as one of the promising digital models for transforming care. The report summarises: “Primary care is changing. New approaches to care delivery and organisational design are emerging in response to demographic changes, more complex patients and a range of policy and financial pressures. Technology is playing a central role inContinue reading “​​​​​​​​​​​Nuffield Trust reports on “Digital requirements for new primary care models””

DHS is one of eight companies to receive funding in NHS England’s SBRI Healthcare programme

October 21, 2013 The funding provided by NHS England under the SBRI Healthcare and directed by Eastern AHSN programme gives Dynamic Health Systems and the charity, Sue Ryder, the opportunity to research the care management needs of people in palliative care and how these needs could be addressed through digital services for both patients and carers. Having alreadyContinue reading “DHS is one of eight companies to receive funding in NHS England’s SBRI Healthcare programme”