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iBleep funding for Royal Bolton

15th October 2010

Royal Bolton Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has secured funding of £170,000 to implement the iBleep system which provides on-call doctors with critical patient information that is gathered from ward-based staff via a wireless or mobile network.

The trust will be the third in the country to implement the web-based, interactive messaging system after Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust and Stockport NHS Foundation Trust, which signed a deal for iBleep in September, which allows nurses and other staff to send free text and patient observations, including heart rate, blood pressure and oxygen saturation.

 

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