Even before the challenges created by COVID-19, GP practices were exploring a new era of fast, effective and intuitive appointment systems. For Leith Surgery in Leith, Edinburgh, this involved the transition to Vision Appointments
See how easy to use and intuitive the new Vision Appointments system is, in our webinar which took place on the 12th May 2020.
Register to watch our webinar hosted on Tuesday 28th April, that covered Vision Anywhere, the mobile solution for accessing and adding information to patient records.
Find out how GP practices in Scotland are working remotely during the coronavirus outbreak, and what technology essentials you need for remote care.
Find out how GP practices in England are working remotely during the coronavirus outbreak, and what technology essentials you need for remote care.
Register to watch our webinar from Tuesday 7th April. Join us to discover how GP practices in Wales are working remotely during the coronavirus outbreak.
We hosted a webinar on Friday 27th March, that covered how to send texts to your patients to keep them up-to-date with the latest surgery, local and national advice.
To help you understand everything you need to know about Covid 19, we have collated some of the most frequently asked questions
We recently hosted a webinar that showed you how to standardise your data entry, promote consistency and encourage best practice by using the Vision+ Template Design tool.
Download the practical guide to designing population health programmes at primary and primary care network (PCN) level.
Vision has connected 21 GP practices to a Cerner Health Information Exchange (HIE) commissioned by South West London Health and Care Partnership.
We have several solutions in place to help your GP practice and patients through the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak. We will regularly update this page with the latest information and advice.
Read how the first wave of Primary Care Networks (PCN) are now offering patients new services and tackling the challenge of interoperability very differently.
Vision enables you to harmonise the reporting of practices across CCG's even when you think it isn’t possible because your surgeries use different systems.
Wren Healthcare is a new company that provides clinical homecare across a broad spectrum of therapy areas. The CQC registered team employs specialist homecare nurses delivering treatment and educational support for patients and clinicians. Wren’s nurses can now use Vision Community to create a record of their patient’s requirements, record face-to-face consultations and episodes of care.
Russell Blackmore, Commercial Director of Vision, explains why Vision’s first secondary care customer demonstrates the company’s commitment to innovation.
Vision’s patient record sharing is allowing community nurses in the rural village of Letham to improve care for local patients. Access to healthcare services has improved, the utilisation of the nurse-led clinic has quadrupled, and the community nurses’ caseload has halved.
This eBook has been created to give you an insight into the design principles we have used with Vision
Vision and Greenwich CCG worked closely to build and implement a tailor-made solution that truly delivered what was needed, both at a CCG level and at an individual practice level.
Population-level Healthcare Management enables this collection and analysis, and also encourages standardised care and compliance with local pathways and policies across care providers.
The NHS Highland pharmacy team now uses Vision Anywhere during remote medication reviews. They can conduct the reviews from any location. Pharmacists have sight of medical records and can add details of interventions. There is no longer a need to travel to each GP practice to see their patients.
The Richmond GP Alliance have announced that staff working at its hubs are the first to view to the electronic medical records stored in the Vision system.
Shared patient records underpin the new models of care, allowing the whole healthcare team to collaborate, using one set of electronic patient records. Take a look at the infographic to find out how Vision's record sharing makes it easy to control the data you make available to local care services.
Dr Jonathan Behr is Vision's Chief Medical Officer. In this short video from the HSJ website, he describes the benefits of adopting population health.