University Hospital of North Norway (UNN) in Tromso, goes live with MetaVision in their ICURead More University Hospital of North Norway (UNN) in Tromso, goes live with MetaVision in their ICU
MetaVision expansion in Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, UKRead More MetaVision expansion in Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, UK
iMDsoft announces Dedalus as their Channel Partner in Australia and New Zealand for MetaVision Clinical Information SystemRead More iMDsoft announces Dedalus as their Channel Partner in Australia and New Zealand for MetaVision Clinical Information System
Ipswich Hospital and Colchester Hospital select MetaVision for Critical Care and AnaesthesiaRead More Ipswich Hospital and Colchester Hospital select MetaVision for Critical Care and Anaesthesia
UNN became the first of twelve hospitals within the Helse Nord Regional Health Authority - responsible for all public hospitals in northern Norway – to implement the system.
Helse Nord has chosen MetaVision as their hospital-wide EMR for the entire region, and MetaVision is slated to be rolled out across all the authority’s hospital beds, including emergency departments, ICUs, ORs, PACUs, pre-op units, general wards and out-patient clinics
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, one of the largest teaching hospitals in the UK, is supplementing its existing MetaVision implementation – first launched in 1999 – by implementing MetaVision in its Cardiac ICUs and HDUs. The rollout is scheduled to commence later this year.
iMDsoft Ltd. and Dedalus are pleased to announce their Channel Partner Agreement, authorizing Dedalus to distribute MetaVision licenses and services, and support customers in Australia and New Zealand (ANZ).
Through its Channel Partner program, iMDsoft partners with leading healthcare technology companies around the world, empowering them to implement and support MetaVision solutions for critical care, anaesthesia (perioperative) and acute care units at local hospitals in their regions.
The Channel Partner Program allows iMDsoft to focus on product development for MetaVision, while certified Channel Partners provide first-rate service and support on a local level. With the addition of Dedalus, iMDsoft now has 11 Channel Partners operating globally.
As the ANZ Channel Partner, Dedalus will manage all MetaVision business in Australia and New Zealand. iMDsoft selected Dedalus ANZ as their Channel Partner due to their ability to provide the highest level of service for digital healthcare products and their proven record as a leader in managing clinical and acute care solutions in large-scale private and public healthcare organisations.
Sunnybrook Hospital is rolling out MetaVision to an additional 12 ICU beds, to add to more than one hundred and fifty beds already using MetaVision in its ICUs and NICUs. Implementation services were provided by Picis, iMDsoft’s channel partner for B2B in North America.
iMDsoft and East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust (ESNEFT), UK, have started implementing MetaVision for over forty ICU beds at Ipswich and Colchester hospitals. Most of the NHS hospitals in East of England (East Anglia) now use MetaVision for critical care. Both hospitals have also ordered MetaVision for their Theatres and Post Anaesthesia Care Units (PACU), planned to rollout after the ICUs are live with MetaVision. ESNEFT joins over twenty NHS Trusts across the UK using iMDsoft’s clinical information
The Imland gGmbH, part of a network of six hospitals, has decided to implement MetaVision in over twenty of its intensive care beds at its Rendsburg site. A further rollout to ICU, OR and PACU beds is planned as the project progresses. The first go-live in this step-by-step project is planned for the second half of 2021.
As critical care took center stage in the battle against COVID-19, iMDsoft fast-tracked roll out of MetaVision to units in the front line of the pandemic response. MetaVision’s high level of configurability enabled hospitals to quickly support and optimize all the essential workflows involved in handling the novel coronavirus.
MetaVision enhances the safety of clinicians and patients, promotes compliance with updating protocols and best practices, and supports and optimizes all the essential workflows involved in handling infection with COVID-19.
Digitize your COVID-19 response with MetaVision
"iMDsoft supported our response to the sudden demand on our critical care services caused by a surge in admission due to COVID-19. The whole iMDsoft team was quick and efficient, and we were able to always be ahead of the curve with enough beds on the ready at any time. This ensured we could rely on our bespoke Metavision set-up to deliver our standard of care to all patients, wherever the additional beds were located. The deal they offered was measured and well apportioned to the need, facilitating rapid agreement from all parties in accepting this was the best solution in our hospital. We were really impressed with iMDsoft’s responsiveness, flexibility and support during an extremely busy time and their teams deserve recognition for the hard work they did!"
Dr. Alain Vuylsteke, BSc, MA, MD, FRCA, FFICM | Consultant in Intensive Care
Clinical Director, Clinical and Diagnostic Services, Associate Lecturer, University of Cambridge
Royal Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Helse Nord, the Northern Norway Regional Health Authority, has implemented its first two MetaVision departments. One of four regional health authorities in Norway, Helse Nord covers the counties of Finnmark, Nordland, and Troms, and owns four health trusts that operate the hospitals, as well as the Northern Norway Pharmaceutical Trust, which operates nineteen pharmacies. The MetaVision implementation is scheduled to roll out throughout other facilities in the region over the rest of 2020 and into 2021
Laniado hospital, Netanya, Israel, has successfully implemented MetaVision 6 in its Neonatal ICU unit. Due to the novel coronavirus, support for the system go-live, which was smooth and successful, was performed remotely.
Elisabeth-Krankenhaus Thuine, part of the Niels-Stensen Clinics Group, Germany, has gone live with MV6 in 18 OR beds. Additional rollouts to beds in the perioperative space are still planned.