A patient had combination therapy for scarring, and she was set up on Isla to take a picture every week. Since we had been tracking on Isla, the Consultant was able to see the full progression remotely.
An image really helps to identify those that can be safely booked in for virtual reviews. Without an image tissue viability nurses will often have to visit patients in person to make a clinical decision.
Seeing how the wound care healing process is developing and being able to share visual information about the wound with my colleagues is really helpful.
Isla has been helping with our day to day work. It’s an instant thing, you can have a nurse with a patient who takes a picture and I can review the picture straight away.
Patients or clinicians can easily capture and add images or video to a patient record. ISLA generates unique single use links which can be sent via SMS or email so a patient make a submission with just a few clicks. No need to log in to an account or download an application.
Isla is built to comply with the most robust web security standards. We use 256-bit server side encryption to secure all data and present this to the end user on demand without local storage. No data is stored locally on devices. We are 100% compliant with the NHS DSP Toolkit, accredited by CyberEssentials and registered with the Information Commissioner's Office and NHS Digital (ODS Code: 8KF89).
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Chelsea and Westminster Hospitals adopt the Isla Visual Record to deliver better care Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is one of the top ranked and top performing hospital trusts in the UK, employing more than 6,000 staff over two main hospital sites, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and West Middlesex University Hospital, and across […]Read More
Central London Community Health Trust (CLCH) are working with Isla to deliver care more conveniently. Central London Community Health Trust (CLCH) provides community health services to more than 2 million people across 11 boroughs and Hertfordshire. Isla is working with CLCH to help deliver care more effectively and conveniently for patients across a whole range […]Read More
Isla is partnering with Nottingham University Hospitals using visual patient information to deliver services remotely in an acute setting. Nottingham University Hospitals are building a best of breed technology infrastructure to support their clinicians in delivering care across the City. They have adopted Isla as part of this strategy to manage all photos and video […]Read More