Powerful solutions for Healthcare
Constraints on resources and a rising demand for services place current healthcare systems under increasing strain. Cloud services are increasingly helping to deliver new services, improve efficiency, reduce costs and improve patient experience From system performance and care management to individual insights and employee mobility, healthcare organisations everywhere are embracing cloud technology to cost effectively modernise the healthcare environment.
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How does Trustmarque help Healthcare organisations?
As Trusts and Boards look to drive down costs, many senior leaders are turning to new technologies to find efficiencies, enhance user experience and improve productivity. We create innovative solutions for healthcare organisations by combining our service expertise with our technology partnerships. We provide end-to-end services for our healthcare customers, from software and hardware procurement to fully managed services, analytics and machine learning to user adoption programmes, business productivity technology and cloud services.
Who we do it for
Clinical Commissioning Groups
Healthcare IT expertise
Our expertise in healthcare IT stretches far beyond traditional licencing provision and management. As Microsoft’s number 1 partner in Healthcare, Trustmarque can help you understand how cloud technology can help you meet some of the challenges your healthcare organisation faces.
Number 1 Partner for Microsoft in Healthcare
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Our Healthcare solutions provide
Dedicated email accessible from any device anywhere
Health data analytics
Paperless patient services
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Four ways our Healthcare solutions can help
“Unless we change the way IT is delivered not just around the products that are used but the mechanisms that are used to deliver it… the digital aspects of the CSR will not be achieved”
Stephen Slough, Chief Information Office, NHS Dorset, Clinical Commissioning Group