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Theatre


Touchscreen


Innovative connect and control systems...at your fingertips


Nexus Theatre, part of Newgate’s “Nexus” family is a true, state-of-the-art, theatre management system providing high quality theatre information to support clinical and managerial activities alike.


The system uses sophisticated touch screen technology making the system extremely easy to use and, within theatres, advanced screen design eliminates the need for keyboard or mouse skills and means that training can be completed in minutes.


NexusTheatre Weblists optional


a Permits Wards and Departments to easily view Theatre Lists via a web browser.


b Provides a view of a Patient Electronic Theatre Record showing staff, Procedures carried out, Patient Notes, Post-Op Instructions etc. prior to the patient leaving Recovery.


• Integration with Hospital Patient Database viaHL7etc. • Procedure database using ICD10,OPCS,Readetc. • Real Time Patient Tracking via easy-to-use Touchscreen Technology • FlexibleScheduling to Optimise ActivityandTheatre Utilisation • Ability toBookdirectly from Clinics minimises CancellationsandDNA’s • Pre-Assign Care Pathways at time of Booking


• Pre-Assign StockandEquipment to ProceduresandSessions (Preference Cards)


• Produces Patient WristBandvia “Autograph”module • SystemDesign Minimises Staff InputandMaximises Care Time • Provides Real Time Global Views of Theatre Activity


• ProceduresandProcedure Times automatically updated by Surgeon via “Intelligent Learning”


• Records Staffmemberspresentandoutputs for Surgeon, Anaesthetist andNurseLogbooks


• Improves Financial Planning through recording of directand indirect costs


NexusClinical Information Systems


NewgateTechnology Ltd Burnside Business Court, North Road, Inverkeithing, Fife, KY11 1NZ United Kingdom Tel. +44 (0)1383428888, Fax. +44 (0)1383 428877


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