Wound care costs the NHS over £5bn a year. Wounds can remain for months or years and we don’t have sufficient Tissue Viability capability to monitor all wounds closely.
Storage of visual data is already well adopted across Dermatology. We are extending this to the community to allow faster escalation of heath concerns and to allow continued monitoring into the community.
It is immensely valuable for Neurology consultants to be able to see patient seizures. These are unlikely in a face to face setting, but allowing a patient to upload a video directly to their own patient record can be a close alternative.
Clinicians are under huge pressure to reduce follow up ratios, but don’t have the clinical confidence to make a “no follow up” call so shortly after surgery. Isla's ability to provide a 360 view of the patient's condition gives confidence in remote decision making and defering follow up appointments.
As a social care professional, you may be the very first person to spot an emerging health concern with somebody who you care for. The ability to safely record an image or video showing the health concern and to pass this on to a GP or other health professional could result in much earlier treatment and avoid later escalation to hospital.
Keeping an up to date understanding of the most current needs of each Service User is a significant challenge. Using ISLA’s technology to record small changes in a person’s care needs means that care packages can be easily reviewed, ensuring that individuals receive the right amount of support.
See how Isla is working with Trusts across the UK to deliver responsive healthcare.
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
Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Trust enhance surveillance with Isla monitoring platform Most surgical wounds heal well, however a significant proportion (approximately 21%) fail to heal due to surgical site infection (SSI) or surgery wound opening. Wound infections after surgery (referred to as ‘surgical site infections’ or SSI) are the most costly healthcare associated […]Read More
Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital NHS Trust enhance wound monitoring with Isla Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital provide specialist services in cardiothoracic surgery, cardiology, and respiratory medicine. One of the many ways in which LHCH ensures best care is through innovation, research and partnerships. LHCH has partnered with Isla to ensure that wounds are […]Read More