Deontics Acute Coronary Syndrome pathway goes live at Liverpool
Liverpool Go Live announcement
We are pleased to announce that the Deontics Acute Coronary Syndrome clinical pathway has now gone live in the Acute Coronary Care Unit at the Royal Liverpool & Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust.
Dr. Michael Fisher, Chief Clinical Informatics Officer at the RLBUHT, said: “We are delighted to be working with Deontics on this very exciting project and we believe the Deontics CDS platform is one of the best CDS systems available for ensuring clinical quality and efficiency. We will be reviewing progress with a view to potential widespread roll-out throughout the Trust if successful. We anticipate that Deontics can contribute to standardise our care pathways and to reduce costs and increase efficiencies. The goal is to provide the most cost-effective and safest care to our patients and at all times to improve the patient experience and the experience of our staff”.