Watch our session from Mobile World Congress 2016 to see how Kainos Evolve is improving medical history storage.
Kyle Davidson reports from the mHealth hackathon in Belgium.
See how our new Integrated Care platform provides a single, unified interface so patients and their care teams can collaborate.
Kainos and InTouch Health will develop a suite of telehealth offerings with the potential to reshape care delivery around the world.
When we set out to design our Mobile-Enabled Healthcare Platform one of the biggest decisions we made was to use Alfresco. Here’s why.
Colin Trusedale visits Mobile World Congress in Barcelona – the world’s largest show of all things mobile.
The partnership will provide best-in-class content and process management to healthcare providers and partners.
Developed collaboratively with clinicians, Evolve provides a Mobile-Enabled Healthcare platform for easy access to patient information, enabling clinicians to capture data efficiently wherever care is taking place; in a hospital, patient’s home or at an emergency scene. According to a UK study 52 mins/day is spent searching for clinical information, at a value of £19,474…
Belfast/London/Boston – August 25, 2015 – Kainos Group plc (“Kainos”), the UK-based provider of IT services, announces that Kainos Evolve® has launched its Mobile-Enabled Healthcare platform, designed to give healthcare providers and carers secure access to patient information, regardless of location. The new platform builds on the capabilities of Evolve’s market-leading Electronic Medical Records (EMR) offering…
Belfast/London – March 23, 2015 – Digital technology solutions company Kainos is pleased to announce that Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust is to deploy Kainos Evolve® EMR (Electronic Medical Records) to drive digital transformation and improve patient care. The Trust is the largest specialist heart and lung centre in the UK and one…
A pioneering initiative at The Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust, delivered in partnership with Kainos, has saved over £700,000 a year in late-submission fines by ensuring that GPs receive a written update within 24 hours of a patient leaving hospital. Read the case study