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Live bed management system ready for hospital move

10th June 2010

A live bed management system is being implemented by the University Hospitals of Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust to help staff transfer patients from Selly Oak Hospital to the new Queen Elizabeth Hospital, which will open next week.

The system, which has been developed in house and piloted on four wards at Selly Oak over the past three months, will show staff exactly which bed a patient is in, to make sure that all patients are in the correct place. The core information is fed through the trust’s prescribing information and communications system (PICS).


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Article Information

Title: Live bed management system ready for hospital move
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 15103
Date Added: 10th Jun 2010



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