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Central Manchester upgrades Maxims Clinicals software and plans cancer patient rollout

IMS Maxims : 10 May, 2007  (New Product)
Central Manchester and Manchester Children’s University Hospitals NHS Trust (CMMC) has upgraded its Maxims Clinicals software and intends to rollout to three further specialties treating cancer patients.
CMMC has been a user of the IMS Maxims Clinical workstation for over 12 months having initially installed the system in the hospital's Colorectal department.

Maxims is a patient-centric clinical information system that can be adapted for different patient care environments.

The system provides the ability to capture, display, share clinical noting (unstructured), graphical and/or structured information to support the patient journey from pre-admission to discharge, by any healthcare professional, with appropriate access rights. The Trust is able to extend the capability of Maxims Clinicals by creating its own screens, define its own data sets and build its own assessments using the features of the User Definable Assessments module, without the need to refer back to the supplier for such development.

Maxims is web based, fully scalable and will connect to existing Trust systems using HL7 or to third-party bespoke interfaces via an integration engine.

The system has an inbuilt Report Builder which allows users to extract captured clinical data for audit and review purposes and to meet the requirements of National reporting. Data can be captured in real time or retrospectively and is time-stamped with both the time of data entry as well as the time of the observation or event.

CMMC said it was looking forward to implementing the web-based system and will be evaluating the benefit of extending to further specialties following the successful implementation of the current project.

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