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Against a backdrop of startling statistics on the increasing pressures of delivering acute care in hospitals, the need for improved information and its bearing on the delivery of better care is highlighted time and again. We recognise that the provision of care in acute hospitals against the back drop of policy and high patient expectations can be challenging for Trusts, but we have developed a range of products that can help.

Oceano is designed to address the needs of Acute Care to meet the information needs of clinicians and hospital managers, whilst ensuring that current and emerging requirements are catered for.

Oceano Mobile offers technologies to support data capture and wireless access using voice, smart phone, digital pen, laptop PC and tablet based technologies. Its core features supply the necessary functionality to support electronic patient records that can be shared appropriately and viewed securely via the web or mobile devices.  Patient centred, Oceano can be easily be configured to meet the needs of planned and unplanned care services.

Patient flow bed management module, Flow, provides a real time view of bed occupancy across the hospital. Flow is an intuitive and functionality rich bed management solution. Its core functionality compliments and drives the patient journey, ensuring timelier responses and improved quality of care. In turn, this drives bed management and provides real time indicators of current bedstate right across the trust. Replacing traditional handwritten whiteboards, Flow is designed for large touch screen displays but will operate on any device connected to the trust network, including desktop PCs and tablets.

Read our latest news - University Hospitals Birmingham goes live with Oceano 

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