An exciting new public/private Integrated Community Healthcare provider.
EQuip means everyone in Universal Health's integrated, front-line primary care teams now determine what gets improved!
EQuip has been chosen as the tool to enable Universal Health’s multi-agency teams to deliver better and better integrated community care across Lincolnshire. The fresh and innovative venture between Lincolnshire and District Medical Services and Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust provides patients with access to a caring, compassionate and competent network primary care services.
Phil Purver of TWME8, said: “We are thrilled to be working with the new Universal Health Team. Their front-line care teams can log issues immediately on their phones so that vulnerable people get better care quickly and effectively. With EQuip the Universal Health central team immediately see issues and sort out the biggest and most pervasive ones quickly. EQuip practically helps improve people’s lives.”
EQuip is improving healthcare delivery!
LADMS have chosen EQuip following a successful six months pilot within their Urgent Care, Physio, GP Practice and Hospice teams. EQuip is now a company-wide application being used to drive better Healthcare provision within their organisation, and across their multi-agency teams.
LADMS are a leading GP Federation that operates within the NHS family with a strong emphasis on the core values of the NHS and the vast majority of its shareholders are NHS employees. They embrace innovative approaches to health care delivery and service design, and focus on providing high quality, locally integrated health care in a patient centred and cost-effective way. LADMS work in close partnership with Secondary Trusts, for example providing Urgent Care and Mental Healthcare.
Alex Clark of TWME8, said: “It is a real pleasure to work with the LADMS Team. They are innovative, challenging and have helped us enhance EQuip in exciting ways. We are proud to have EQuip used as a core tool within a such a progressive Healthcare provider."