Dorset go-live with mediSIGHT: Medisoft successfully implemented mediSIGHT at Dorset County Hospital recently following an initial pilot in January. During this latest phase, we delivered our Eye Casualty, Glaucoma, and Oculoplastic modules, and received incredible feedback from the ophthalmology department. Mr Usama Faridi, Consultant Ophthalmologist at Dorset County Hospital Foundation Trust said “I am thrilled to incorporate mediSIGHT into my clinics. It's evident that the system will streamline them [our clinics]. The training provided was exceptionally smooth and beneficial."LinkedIn Post
Medisoft go to France: Medisoft's Q3 All-Company Meeting was held in Paris, France this year, with the majority of our colleagues attending. Team building was at the core of the trip and you can read more, and see some pictures of the team, on LinkedIn. Please click the link below.LinkedIn Post
NHS Grampian go-live with mediSIGHT: This past week David McDowell, Head of Data Projects Analysis has been in his homeland at NHS Grampian supporting their migration to mediSIGHT.
One of the main areas of focus there is Virtual Glaucoma and Medical Retina. It was great to see our brand new improved Virtual Review features in use, which will help improve efficiency across the department.
We had great support from the clinical leads and all the staff were all impressed with the system and immediately saw its benefits. The implementation team were kept busy as Grampian utilised all the detailed configuration options available to them.
Users at the remote site in Elgin were also onboarded and we’ve had great feedback from all the teams.
Thanks to all our colleagues that were involved in this go-live, making it another smooth transition to mediSIGHT.
Do you want to discuss migrating to mediSIGHT? If so, please email email@example.com or call 0113 347 2020 to arrange a demonstration.
Morecambe go LIVE with mediSIGHT: Another week another go-live for mediSIGHT. This time our team were implementing mediSIGHT at University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust, visiting sites to train their staff across all areas of the system.
We had some great comments, such as "enjoyed it [the go-live], efficient, friendly and easy to use" and "everything went smoothly, everyone joined in and worked together".
Well done to our Project and Implementation Manager Hannah Lomas on a well planned implementation. Also thanks to all the staff at the trust for thoroughly engaging with the training and go-live.
On to the next one for us.
All systems go at Sunderland: We had a superb go-live at South Tyneside and Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust's Sunderland Eye Infirmary and Durham Treatment Centre's last week. Our on-site team enabled and trained everyone on the Medical Retina pathway in mediSIGHT, following on from the Cataract Pathway implementation last year. Staff will now benefit from all the features in the new module, further enhancing the efficiency and safety of their clinics.LinkedIn Post
Quarter 2 Training Webinar: Our quarter 2 training webinar will be delivered on Friday 30th June from 1pm - 2pm. This 'lunch and learn' session will focus on the Cataract Pathway in mediSIGHT and will also include information about our Clinic List, Day of Surgery and Community Portal features. If you would like to attend the webinar, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send a registration link.
Royal College of Ophthalmologists conference 22nd - 25th May: Medisoft were in attendance on a shared stand with Heidelberg Engineering at this year's RCO conference. The conference was very busy with lots of great conversations and demos on our stand. We also held our customer forum at the event which was very well attended. We showcased some of our latest development and listened to our customer's ideas and views. If you are interested in attending one of our customer forums please email email@example.com
Medisoft's training team have successfully introduced a new series of webinars to further enhance the training that Medisoft already provides. The first of the quarterly webinars, held of Friday 31st March as a 'Lunch and Learn' session, was superbly attended with trainees from over 60 organisations online. The subspeciality for the first session was 'Medical Retina' and mediSIGHT training was provided for all areas and roles.
David Coleman, Head of Training and Customer Services at Medisoft said, "we are really pleased with the attendance at our inaugural webinar and look forward to providing these value-added sessions for our customers throughout the year. Webinars provide a flexible way of training our customers and we are planning more innovations this year, so watch this space!".
If you are interested in attending these sessions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
More trusts go live with mediSIGHT. A busy few months has seen Dorset County Hospitals start using the UK's leading EMR in their eye service, before The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust also migrated from their previous system.
mediSIGHT: the most commonly used ophthalmology EMR in the UK. Following recent go lives, including at Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, mediSIGHT has overtaken Medisoft Ophthalmology as the system used most frequently by NHS Trusts for eye care services.