Breaking news! InPhase has become one of only four official NHS certified suppliers of LFPSE (Learn from Patient Safety Events) incident reporting solutions for all sizes of NHS and independent hospitals and healthcare providers. With NHS Trusts and other healthcare providers being required to migrate to an LFPSE compliant system within the next year, find out what is different about an LFPSE system, why you need to migrate to a supported system and how it is expected to transform patient safety and care.
Exploring the biggest, best and most innovative update to our software in a decade
We’re delighted with the feedback on InPhase21 - the biggest, best and most innovative update to our software in a decade!
How a renewed commitment to digital innovation in healthcare will help Trusts battle the backlog
The challenges of COVID-19 have been unprecedented and will have serious effects for years to come, but can the government’s renewed commitment to digital innovation in healthcare help?
How robust incident reporting and risk management can help avoid deadly errors
Healthcare Providers are "High Reliability Organisations", which means that they routinely deal with high levels of risk and complexity. But it also means that even minor errors could have catastrophic consequences. What happens then, when serious errors are repeated and compounded by inadequate incident reporting?
How thorough Oversight can help Trusts drive efficient quality assurance while battling the backlog
UK vaccination efforts have achieved a great deal of success and the rates of infection and death from Covid have dropped significantly, but the current waiting list for treatments is higher than it’s ever been since records began. That means Trusts will need the right tools to beat the backlog while still delivering excellent quality assurance...
How an effective risk management system can help avoid the serious impacts of closed cultures in healthcare
The CQC's latest COVID-19 Insight report addresses the important issue of closed cultures and how they create significant risks for safe and effective patient care. After the issues that were revealed at Whorlton Hall, Winterbourne View, Mid Staffordshire Hospital and other services, the CQC’s investigations highlighted serious failings that resulted from closed cultures, and the impact that these had on people using services.
How the pandemic impacted urgent and emergency services…and how the right digital platform can help mitigate the impacts of the next wave..
It’s common knowledge that COVID-19 had a huge and unprecedented impact on healthcare, and quantifying that impact fell to the CQC. That’s why earlier this year, they issued a report on how urgent and emergency care services were affected by the pandemic during winter 2020 and discussed the actions they took to provide constructive support.
How the right digital framework can transform Care Home assurance in the face of Covid.
Since they first began in 2018, the HSJ Patient Safety Awards have been dedicated to recognising safety, culture, and experience in patient care. They’re designed to celebrate the teams at the frontline that improve standards of patient safety and drive cultural change to minimise risk, enhance quality of care and ultimately save lives.