Kainos provides a market-leading comprehensive suite of digital services to healthcare providers such as hospitals and community care organisations.
Our flagship Evolve® Electronic Medical Records (EMR) product automates the creation, capture and handling of medical case notes and operational documents and records allowing healthcare providers to deliver better patient safety and quality of care. Evolve is used in more than 73 hospitals in the UK, helping healthcare providers on their journey to becoming a paperless NHS.
Kainos Evolve®: Today’s Vision, Tomorrow’s Reality
Watch this video for a quick look at the past 5 years of Evolve and the amazing success it’s had to date, along with a glimpse into the future.
The Benefits of using Kainos Evolve®: The Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust
Watch the second in our series of videos with The Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust on the success of their partnership with Kainos.
The video features interviews with Dr Nicola Trepte, Lead Clinician, Medical Assessment Unit, and Peter Donaldson, Consultant Surgeon & Associate Medical Director for Clinical Implementation of IT, at Ipswich Hospital, and looks at their experience in realising significant financial, efficiency and quality of care benefits.
Bradford Teaching Hospitals selected Kainos Evolve EMR as a core part of their ambitious “Going Digital” clinical information system initiative. Clinicians are now using a full Mobile/iPad version of Evolve to access case notes, radiology reports and hearing test results in their Yorkshire Cochlear Implant Service.
Buckinghamshire Healthcare selected Kainos to deliver a rapid proof-of-concept; a quick and powerful low-cost implementation of Evolve, designed to encourage clinical user engagement and accelerate project delivery.
Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, one of the largest cancer centres in the UK, chose Kainos to embed Evolve EMR within their existing EPR system to provide clinicians with comprehensive access to electronic records at the point of need, and to prepare for exchanging content securely with remote partners, such as GPs and referring hospitals.