This resource provides support to clinical teams and organisations that are looking for digital tools that support the delivery of patient pathways. We concentrate on ophthalmology pathways and how to share diagnostics and undertake monitoring at home. We welcome feedback on the playbooks, including ideas for further case studies. To get in touch, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Interoperability between ophthalmic imaging devices and electronic patient records with controlled access to community primary care
Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust introduced an integration platform to provide interoperability between all the imaging devices and electronic patient records in the hospital.
Supporting nurse-led triage with a clinical decision support tool in the paediatric ophthalmology A&E
A clinical reasoning triage platform for nurses, paramedics, physician associates and other frontline clinicians is used in Moorfields to help the clinicians to independently assess and triage patients.
Eye care webinar
On 4 March 2021 we presented a webinar, how digital technology is transforming ophthalmic service delivery, with the Royal College of Ophthalmologists. Watch the webinar online.
These case studies summarise user and patient experiences, focussing on:
- digital solutions along different care pathways
- productivity improving digital solutions
- how to open source code for health and care organisations
Unless expressly stated otherwise, the apps and digital tools referenced are not supplied, distributed or endorsed by NHS England or the Department of Health and Social Care and such parties are not liable for any injury, loss or damage arising from their use.
All playbook case studies have either passed, or are currently undergoing the Digital Technology Assessment Criteria (DTAC) assessment.
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