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13Dec2017

Masterclasses give thumbs up to new Harris unit

We recently held two masterclasses in London and Middlesbrough for the CRAB user community to find out about the latest product developments. The masterclasses were also an opportunity to hear tips and useful insights from Graham Copeland, architect of the POSSUM surgical audit system, a world-renowned methodology for assessing clinical performance against the expected outcome
  • 13 Dec, 2017
  • Claire Bale
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06Dec2017

Why ISO certification is good news for our customers

We have just been awarded ISO 9001 which is good news for our customers because it means we have met an internationally-recognised standard in effective quality management. Our customers can be sure that we have the structure, responsibilities, and procedures in place to develop high quality products and services and that we will be responsive to our
  • 6 Dec, 2017
  • Claire Bale
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21Nov2017

Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Award Winner!

Congratulations again to the South Tees NHS Trust’s Nephrology and clinical effectiveness teams for winning the Patient Safety and Quality Improvement award at the Academic Health Science Network event (NE) for their ongoing work in reducing patient harm from Acute Kidney Injury in collaboration with CRAB Clinical Informatics.   The team pipped a number of
  • 21 Nov, 2017
  • Claire Bale
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31Oct2017

CRAB-Ci finalists in regional awards for patient safety and quality improvement

South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in collaboration with CRAB-Ci have been selected as a finalist for the Bright Idea in Health Awards for an initiative to reduce acute kidney injury (AKI). The trust’s patient-level cost team calculated that AKI was costing the trust £1.65m a year. From a June 2016 baseline, the data showed
  • 31 Oct, 2017
  • Claire Bale
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05Jun2017

Unique: CRAB’s risk prediction system at the Global Ministerial Health Summit

CRAB software and reporting recently featured at the Global Ministerial Health Summit in Germany, for which key healthcare officials from around the world attended. CRAB featured in the Summits Agenda for Patient Safety and mHealth, Big Data, and Handheld Devices specifically seen on page 39: Workshop 3, CRAB: Big Scale – Routine Data as a
  • 5 Jun, 2017
  • Claire Bale
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02Jun2017

Pan European Network ‘Health’ June issue

See our Smart Health special feature in this month’s issue of ‘Health’, discussing the journey towards high-reliability healthcare. www.paneuropeannetworkspublications.com/Health1/#168
  • 2 Jun, 2017
  • Mitchell Davies
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19May2017

C-Ci Latest News

In the wake of the reported cyber attacks on the NHS on 12th May, which is currently believed to have been caused by malware spread through Windows Server Message system affecting 16 NHS organisations’ networks, CRAB took the precaution of closing off all links to the NHS N3 network when the cyber attack was first
  • 19 May, 2017
  • Claire Bale
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17Feb2017

C-Ci Summit 2017

‘Never Say… Never-Events Again’ Exploring how we can materially and sustainably shift the dial on avoidable harm and mortality   Key Speakers Prof Sir Mike Richards from CQC - headlining the event and giving his perspective on the current/future state in the NHS. Dr Jim Bonnette from Ascension Holdings (the US’s largest not for profit hospital system)
  • 17 Feb, 2017
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08Feb2017

Why the NHS needs to get better at assessing surgical risk

Graham Copeland, C-Ci’s Medical Director speaking in the Health Service Journal 16 December, 2016 Why the NHS needs to get better at assessing surgical risk. Full article here: HSJ: Why the NHS needs to get better at assessing surgical risk The Francis report recommended that healthcare providers develop and share ever improving means of measuring
  • 8 Feb, 2017
  • Claire Bale
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16Sep2016

CRAB’s reputation circles around the world!

  We were delighted to note that the word is spreading amongst clinical staff from the UK to New Zealand and back again about the value of CRAB in detecting avoidable harm, as seen in one response to the recent HSJ article on the drive to identify avoidable deaths: Exclusive: Hunt’s ‘avoidable deaths’ data subject
  • 16 Sep, 2016
  • Claire Bale
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