High quality assessment is the cornerstone of good practice.
FACE Recording and Measurement Systems Ltd are specialists in providing nationally accredited tools for assessments routinely used by tens of thousands of Health and Social Care practitioners on a daily basis. This recent partnership with destiny® means that these forms will be digitised for clinicians to use with a digital pen, allowing for optimal productivity. Recent studies have demonstrated a 30% improvement in capacity through the reduction of administration and travel by removing the need to collect assessment information in paper format and return to the office to manually type the information into the relevant IT system.
FACE currently works with all IT system providers including Northgate and Liquidlogic and will now work with destiny® to integrate and deliver an efficient end to end data capture procedure for the practitioners, nurses and carers who are required to collect patient data from the community, reducing the need and timescales associated with further administration.
destiny® are the market leaders in delivering digital pen and paper solutions to the NHS, helping staff to increase their productivity by capturing and recording patient data – either remotely or on site and transmitting it automatically to the patient’s record with no further administration. destiny® also has secure hosting via the N3 connection – the private national broadband network for the NHS.
Edward Belgeonne, CEO and Founder of Destiny Wireless said; “We are delighted to be working in partnership with FACE, they have been working in the health and social care sector for over 20 years focusing on how to measure and improve quality of care in both community and hospital environments which is also closely linked to one of the benefits of the digital pen. Clinicians spend less time on paperwork and more time on their real job – caring for their patients in hospital and in the community.”
Hugh Reynolds, Chief Operations Officer at FACE said; “Digital pens offer an ideal delivery method for FACE forms, combining the front-end convenience and familiarity of paper with the office benefits of full computerisation. The pens are attractive to practitioners and service users alike. Our partnership with Destiny offers an exciting opportunity to realise the benefits in improved quality of care and efficiency in the months and years ahead.”