Many healthcare organisations have been using Microsoft Teams to keep track of patients and procedures during the coronavirus pandemic. But did you know that Eva is built using the latest Microsoft technologies, so app integration with Teams is simple and easy, allowing users to send messages and make calls, as well as share, edit and collaborate on serious incident investigations through one central, secure location.
With the additional pressure on resources caused by Sars-Cov2, there has never been a more important time to use smart technologies to improve patient safety and quality of care. There is of course a regulatory requirement to investigate all serious incidents, and delivering the process digitally makes more sense than ever before. Eva benefits everyone involved in the process – investigation teams, management teams, regulatory authorities and – last but not least – patients and their families.
We would like to show you just how simple Eva is to use, and how easy it makes the complex serious incident investigative process. Although we are unable to hold face-to-face demonstrations right now for obvious reasons, we are launching a series of online webinars in the next few weeks that will explain step-by-step best practice for how you should deliver a healthcare investigation as well as possible, and how Eva can help guide you along, every step of the way. Please get in touch through our contact form, or follow us on social media to keep up-to-date with all the latest news.
If you would prefer a one-to-one demo, that’s no problem at all. You can schedule an online presentation by clicking the ‘schedule a demonstration’ button below. You can also “test drive” Eva for free for up two hours by downloading the app from Microsoft AppSource.