Dartford & Gravesham NHS Trust’s experience with Current Health: a clinical team perspective
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Hear direct from the front-line team at Dartford & Gravesham NHS Trust on how Current Health has helped them improve and change healthcare delivery at home (video below.)

Current Health has enabled a new form of clinical decision support, allowing Dartford’s Hospital at Home team to prioritise therapy visits to patients who need clinical attention first. As the capture of vital sign observations is completely automated by Current Health, unnecessary therapy visits have been minimised. This means the team can increase the number of patients they manage, further reducing hospitalisation and readmissions and helping more patients get home and stay home.

 

Neil Perry, Director of Digital Transformation at Dartford & Gravesham NHS Trust, also shares his insights and experience with implementing Current Health as part of the trust’s digital transformation strategy. Access to interview here:

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