Medic Bleep is a secure and real-time communication solution. It enables doctors, nurses and the wider team to communicate and collaborate within and across healthcare organisations.
Matt Hancock has ordered the removal of pagers for non-emergency communications by the end of 2021. All hospitals will be expected to have plans and infrastructure in place to ensure this is possible by the end of September 2020.
Staff will instead use modern alternatives, such as mobile phones and apps. These can deliver more accurate 2-way communications at a reduced cost. Medic Bleep provides this solution.
Medic Bleep is a simple, secure and innovative patient focused solution to the communication challenges that healthcare professionals and the wider team in the NHS face while going about their everyday work.
The one-way communication method of pagers and telephone is inefficient - the recipient is unaware who is bleeping, why, or the level of urgency. Work is interrupted, patient-facing time is wasted, prioritisation is difficult, and the evidence trail is limited.
Based on peer-reviewed evidence of Medic Bleep’s use at West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust, it found that on average nurses can save 21 minutes per shift and doctors can save 48 minutes per shift.
|Communication Mobile App
|Aim of funding
|HMRC Advanced Assurance received
|Envisaged investor exit
|Trade Sale or IPO
|3-5x Capital Invested