Medway Goes Mobile

System CSystem C has launched its Medway PAS/EPR and integrated suite of healthcare applications on a range of mobile devices, including the Apple iPad and slate PCs.

The development gives healthcare professionals and support staff access to Medway functionality from a handheld device.

Clinicians and care professionals can have real-time access to the full patient record and clinical work flows wherever they are, and can input data at the point of care.

Medway is based on the latest Microsoft .NET technology and brings touch screen functionality to both the iPad and slate PCs. In both cases, no data is held on the mobile device, making the solution safe and secure.

Dr Ian Denley, chief executive of System C, said: "We are very excited about the benefits Trusts could get by giving staff mobile access to Medway. There are huge opportunities in terms of improving efficiency, clinical decision-making and the whole patient experience."

He added: "All this is made possible by means of a small, light device like the iPad or a slate PC. Not only are they are easy to use and less expensive compared to traditional solutions like Computers on Wheels, but to many care professionals and users they will be highly desirable objects in their own right."

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About System C Healthcare plc
System C Healthcare plc (www.systemc.com), specialises in the design and development of clinical patient management and business intelligence software, and provides systems implementation and consulting services to the health and social care sectors.

System C Healthcare is quoted on AIM, the London Stock Exchange's market for small and medium sized companies.

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