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    Guest blog: Pre-sales NHS discussions: The importance of good preparation

    Recently I joined representatives from Lumeon on a visit to Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust’s maternity services. Our mission was to discuss post-natal patient management solutions and to see if Lumeon’s Care Pathway Management platform could help digitize and improve efficiency within this particular pathway. From the Lumeon side, we had a Senior Account Executive, Stephan Zentgraf and his team, while Chelsea and Westminster hospital was represented by a Consultant Obstetrician.

    Healthcare, Engagement & Communications

    by Mike Wilkinson It’s been a few months now since I’ve been in healthcare so I thought I’d provide some perspectives on how the healthcare and communications industries interact and their potential long-term inter-dependencies. It’s a complicated and rapidly evolving picture but one that is increasingly converging. Different Swim lanes: I think the first thing… Read more »

    5 Ways Healthcare Will Change in 2017

    by Robbie Hughes 2016 was a year of slow-but-steady progress for healthcare. Amid ever-rising costs (in August the Labor Department announced the highest rate of increased spending in 30 years) Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) are steadfastly laying the groundwork in the momentous shift towards Value-Based Care. With MACRA regulations and the focus… Read more »

    One Stop Doctors & Lumeon – The Combo to Delivering an Exceptional Patient Experience

    By Mike Wilkinson If you’re near Hemel Hempstead in northwest London, then chances are good you’ve heard of One Stop Doctors, a state-of-the-art, boundary-breaking private health clinic. The clinic, with an interior that demonstrates a commitment to patient-centric high design values, offers on-demand medical expertise, along with outpatient diagnostics, physiotherapy, dentistry and aesthetics – all… Read more »

    Rethinking Healthcare Delivery for Private Sector

    Rethinking Healthcare Delivery for Private Sector By Mike Wilkinson We have a problem in the UK. We are conditioned to the concept of being rationed when it comes to healthcare. Demand is overwhelming and the system puts in place various methods of inertia to manage the availability of supply, which has conditioned the consumer that… Read more »

    Transforming Population Health Management With CPM

    By Mike Wilkinson, VP Marketing and Product Management Today we announced the launch of version 2 of the Lumeon Care Pathway Management Platform. A central theme of this release is the ability to automate the management of millions of pathways enabling care on a scale not seen before in the industry. The next phase of… Read more »

    How to maximise your referral volume with eRS

    By Mike Wilkinson, VP of Marketing and Product Last year the NHS launched its e-referral service (eRS),  the system that allows private healthcare providers to advertise their appointment slots and receive referrals electronically from the NHS. The simple web based application processes an estimated 40,000 electronic referrals every day (about 50%), and the NHS is… Read more »

    Alliance Medical: Transforming Business with Care Pathway Management

    Alliance Medical is Europe’s leading independent provider of medical imaging services, providing services to 500,000 patients in the UK each year. As Alliance Medical’s customer base has grown, they manage an increasing number of diverse and complex set of patient journeys, according to the requirements of each healthcare provider, with a high number of varying… Read more »

    Becoming Part of the Healthcare Revolution

    By Mike Wilkinson Today’s healthcare market is something of a digital laggard yet I can see many parallels to my early days in telecoms. When I was in the first stages of my career we were all about getting bandwidth to the masses in as cost effective manner as possible. The problem was that the market was… Read more »

    Through the Looking-Glass of Healthcare

    by Corrina Kane, Head of Product Marketing “Now, here, you see, it takes all the running you can do, to keep in the same place. If you want to get somewhere else, you must run at least twice as fast as that!”  – The Red Queen to Alice, Through the Looking Glass Last week was a… Read more »

    The NHS doesn’t need transformation – it needs stability

    by Corrina Kane Having just last month explored the implications of the Lord Carter report on the freshly amalgamated body that is NHS Improvement (NHSI), I was compelled to attend a recent HealthChat starring its Chief Exec, Jim Mackey. Hosted at the almost hip King’s Fund Health Campus, ever so slightly at odds with the… Read more »

    Lord Carter’s Report: Getting a Grip on the NHS

    By Corrina Kane The newly minted NHS Improvement team, led by the impressive Jim Mackey, has a mammoth job on its hands. Not officially launched until April this year, this new NHS regulatory body takes on the majority of Lord Carter’s 15 recommendations, 84 deliverables and 88 pages on ‘Operational productivity and performance in English NHS acute… Read more »

    Digital Health.London

    By Corrina Kane I was excited to be present this morning at the launch of DigitalHealth.London, an accelerator created to help healthcare benefit from digital health innovation, which, as Boris pointed out, has nothing to do with arthritic fingers… George Freeman painted a compelling vision of a future where technology transforms the lives of patients… Read more »

    Technology’s Role in Rethinking Healthcare Delivery

    I recently came across this Tedx Royal Holloway Talk by NHS junior doctor Cosima Gretton talking about technology in her day-to-day role. Watch the video because it’s well worth understanding the challenges facing practitioners today, but the point is that a majority of her time goes to administration and not time with patients. She explains… Read more »

    Welcome to the Lumeon Blog

    Welcome to 2016, and welcome to our first blog post. If you’re reading this, then you’re probably interested in who we are and what we do. So I’ll use this first post to do just that; talk about who we are, what we do, why we do it, and what we’ll be doing with our… Read more »