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About our products

The IMS MAXIMS suite of clinical and administrative software products are highly regarded throughout the UK and Irish healthcare sectors. Our range extends from large-scale systems to administer patient services across entire hospitals or trusts to specialised packages for tasks such as bed management or pathology and radiology order communications. MAXIMS products are highly functional and scalable, using robust and proven technology, and have been developed with clinical input to guarantee user-friendliness and clinical effectiveness.
Innovation

Our products are innovative and reliable. Customers can trust us to help them take full advantage of the latest advances in IT, adapting our software to better serve their needs.

What we offer

There are IMS MAXIMS products for each of the following areas:

  • Patient administration and information
  • Order communications and diagnostic reporting
  • Patient correspondence
  • Patient service and activity scheduling
  • Sexual and reproductive health
  • Electronic discharge documentation
  • Bed management
  • Integrated care pathways
  • User defined assessments

We have a software as a service (SaaS) option and can also provide help for financing your IT solutions.

Medical Interoperability Gateway

IMS MAXIMS is accredited with the interoperability specialist Healthcare Gateway to connect to the Medical Interoperability Gateway (MIG).

This gives MAXIMS users 24/7 access to the Detailed Care Record and Specialist datasets, meaning they have the ability to access local care records for patients, a live feed of the most up to date information about a patient from different systems and care settings.

Ultimately, this accreditation means MAXIMS users are receiving a greater level of support in providing safer and more joined care, which can help them to make better informed clinical decisions.

More information on Healthcare Gateway and the MIG can be found here.

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