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Radar Healthcare partners with Circle Health Group – htn

Radar Healthcare has partnered with Circle Health Group to introduce its risk management and compliance system across 54 hospitals.

With the aim of unlocking safety data to improve patient outcomes, Circle Health hospitals will move away from using multiple systems and use one platform across its network.

The project started this month and is said to “help the group to evolve processes and comply with the Learn from Patient Safety Events (LFPSE) service”.

Simon Geoghegan, Head of Clinical Data Reporting and Governance Systems for Circle Health Group said: “From a data perspective, having access to an effective tool that can quickly report, identify and link together anything across the wider spectrum that governance covers, is vital to any organisation looking to futureproof their process management.

“By having a more joined-up approach we will be able to identify issues faster. The learnings we will be able to gain from the platform will help provide assurance to not only regulators and staff, but more importantly our patients.”

Paul Johnson, CEO of Radar Healthcare, added: “Like many healthcare organisations that have experienced rapid growth and expansion through acquisition, Circle Health Group needed to move away from processes dictated by multiple legacy systems. Instead, it needed one platform that could integrate seamlessly, fulfil all its demands, and provide vital insights to ensure the highest standards of care and safety for both staff and patients.”

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