The benefits of mobile working in healthcare are considerable and well-publicised. Our Mobile Technology Investment Toolkit contains support and guidance on initiating and implementing mobile working programmes and projects.
The toolkit will help Chief Information Officers, Chief Clinical Information Officers, commissioners, providers and their teams to use mobile technology to improve quality, increase productivity and deliver efficiency savings through transformation at the point of care.
What's in the toolkit?
This toolkit contains:
innovative examples, success stories and lessons learned to inform your vision and strategy
knowledge, practical guidance and tips to deliver effective mobile technology solutions
practical tools and resources to help you when implementing mobile technology solutions
key success factors and how to maximise benefits, along with a return on investment
How has this toolkit been developed?
We've collaborated with trusts and project teams, and reviewed NHS England Technology Fund projects to bring you the latest knowledge, practical guidance and top-tips for success.
It also includes examples of exciting and innovative mobile working solutions, with first-hand insights from successful projects. This will help you to find solutions for your own needs.
NHS Digital (formerly HSCIC) developed a prototype secure mobile health app installed on a tablet, permitting authorised health and care staff to view patient data held within NHS Digital national Spine services, in a new and innovative way.
Mobile working is the ability to use technology in any place and access data networks and information on supported mobile devices. Giving your staff mobile access is crucial to changing the way healthcare professionals deliver care.