“Keeping people out of the hospital is essential to lower the immense pressure that our Acute Critical and Intensive Care facilities are currently under,” said Darren Blake, Chief Operating Officer at Bexley Health Neighbourhood Care. “Appian helps us quickly bring data, people, and processes together to ensure patients are receiving the best possible care, that care-givers are safe, and that facilities are available.”
The application gives Bexley a robust solution for command and control of all the required safety measures for tracking, monitoring, and protecting patients and staff. Patients are tracked with integrated assessments and support packages, and most at-risk are managed by a coordinated multi-agency care provider team. In addition to patient tracking, the application includes staff and facilities tracking to ensure that patient needs are matched with available resources. The application provides governance oversight so that all agencies and care providers can work as one.
“Speed of response is the most crucial element in dealing with the effects of coronavirus on our communities,” said Paul Maguire, Senior Vice President, EMEA and APAC at Appian. “We are happy to be able to help organisations like BHNC securely and rapidly coordinate their response and protect their people.”