IMS MAXIMS was last night highly commended at the prestigious EHI Awards 2015 for its pioneering open source software, openMAXIMS.
Judges from the awards, which rewards excellence in IT, singled out the health technology provider for its nomination within the healthcare IT product innovation category.
openMAXIMS, an open-source version of the full MAXIMS suite, including its full electronic patient record (EPR) and patient administration system (PAS) was released to the NHS in June 2014 – marking a substantial step in providing NHS organisations with the opportunity to access software and tailor it to the needs of clinicians and other healthcare professionals.
The solution has since gone from strength-to-strength and is currently being deployed at Wye Valley NHS Trust and Ramsay Healthcare. The praise from the judging panel follows yet another milestone for IMS MAXIMS after the launch of the UK’s first live open source electronic patient record this week at Taunton and Somerset NHS Trust.
Leesa Ewing, commercial director at IMS MAXIMS, commented: “This commendation is a reflection of the team’s hard work and dedication over the past few years. The open source approach is very much aligned with our organisation’s philosophy – developing the best clinical software possible through collaboration with healthcare professionals, developers and partners to help make the NHS safer and more efficient.”
The awards ceremony, which was attended by more than 600 people, was held at the Park Plaza hotel, Westminster.
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About IMS MAXIMS
IMS MAXIMS is a pioneering clinical technology specialist committed to improving the coordination of patient care in healthcare environments. Its expert team works in partnership with healthcare organisations to identify and deliver tailored, sustainable information sharing technology solutions supporting the provision of safer and more efficient care for current and future generations.
The organisation’s 29-year history of collaborating with clinicians has resulted in the development of proven, flexible, user-friendly, safe and interoperable open source electronic patient record software.
With an ambition to meet today’s healthcare challenges, IMS MAXIMS makes its software freely available and offers flexible options to support healthcare providers with implementation and maintenance. Its open technology has increased collaboration in the development of the software which has resulted in better clinical engagement and empowerment across hospital wards and departments.
Deployment times are fast, meaning clinicians and patients can benefit from efficiency and safety improvements in rapid time. It is used across 180 healthcare organisations and by 30,000 users each day to provide clinically-led technology solutions for over 13 million patients.
Find out more about IMS MAXIMS’ open source solutions at: http://www.imsmaxims.com/opensource
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