Our specialist maternity module provides a complete solution to documenting a woman's obstetric journey - from early pregnancy and the first booking visit, antenatal care and fetal medicine, through to all aspects of labour management, postnatal care and discharge information. The system also provides comprehensive support for recording newborn postnatal care up until final community discharge.
It offers total continuity of care across settings beyond the hospital and out into the community is supported. Robust functionalities support community users to record the care they provide without requiring connectivity to the main system. Information recorded offline is securely transmitted to the main system and available as part of the patient record, not just as a static document, but for viewing, acting and reporting on.
It has in-built reporting tools allowing Trusts to extract raw data for further analysis. A specialist business intelligence suite for maternity departments, maternity business intelligence (MBI), is also available. This takes reporting to the next level, providing simple yet powerful tools for more complex reporting and analysis. MBI also takes care of the entire end-to-end reporting process for the maternity services data set, including data validation prior to submissions. Both functionalities offer support for statutory, national and local returns, including the maternity services data set, commissioning data sets, maternity payment tariffs, and Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) audits.
If they see a woman out in the community, they’re typing straight into her record. If they then refer the woman to the hospital, it’s already there in her records when she arrives at the hospital, because they’ve been doing it live.
Janet Calland, Matron, Maternity Services at Southport and Ormskirk Hospital Trust
Data capture for the complete timeline of care
Fully-inclusive solution, which captures and records information for women antenatally and postnatally, as well as during the intrapartum period.
Rules-based risk assessment throughout pregnancy
Includes additional management steps for high-risk pregnancies, localised MEWS scoring and a comprehensive range of clinical alerts.
Interfacing and integration with other specialist systems
Interfaces with the Perinatal Institute’s GROW software, allowing midwives or obstetricians assessing fetal growth to generate customised growth charts with Maternity.
Woman/baby-centric information recording
Data can be recorded in a hospital or remotely in a community setting with instant access to critical information at the point of care.
‘Do once and share’ data entry
Where applicable, information is entered once only and shared across the mother’s record and also used within her subsequent baby’s (or babies’) records.
Full compliance and support
Full compliance with national standards, including MSDS v2, plus support provided for customers with CNST submissions.