[28 June 2012, Manchester Conference Centre, Manchester] Improving Ward Round Process and Practice Conference
[9 May 2012, 15:05-15:25 HIMSS Presentation Theater, Stand 1, ICC, Birmingham] Health + In4matics Exhibition “The growing problem of complex discharges – and the RealTime solution” presentation by Tom Bennett, Director of Operations, CUH and Jim Gabriel, CEO, RealTime Health Ltd.
[25 January 2012, ICO Conference Centre, London] Effective Ward Manager
[18 January 2012, Hallam Conference Centre, London] Improving Ward Round Process and Practice Conference
[15 November, Design Business Centre, London]
Reduce Length of Stay. An annual Healthcare Conference and Exhibition organised on behalf of NHS London. RealTime Health is an exhibitor and sponsor.
Reducing Length of Stay in acute hospitals using RealTime. EHI Awards winners and finalists are given their own stage at the EHI Awards Theatre. RealTime Health is a winner at the EHI Awards 2011, CEO Jim Gabriel is speaking.
[06 July 2010, Royal Infirmary, Manchester] Doing More with Less – How to improve qualidty of care and service while reducing costs – is a one day conference for senior leaders in the NHS, exploring the challenge of delivering better clinical outcomes and higher staff and patient satisfaction within the context of falling budgets.
[16 June 2010, The Church House Conference Centre, Westminster, London] Reducing HCAIs: A health economy approach to quality care. RealTime Health is the Main Sponsor, Chief Medical Officer Dr. Jess Boyer is speaking.
[08 June 2010, Portland Place, London] Reducing Length of Stay. A Healthcare Events conference. RealTime Health is an exhibitor and sponsor.
The San Antonio Community Hospital is a 300-bed not-for-profit acute care hospital in Southern California, USA, with $275M net revenue p.a. and 1800 employees.
“The length of stay reduction project is the most successful project we have ever had. It is the best example of continuous improvement I have ever seen. We reduced our ALOS for Medicare by 30% and saved $10-15M annually.”Roger Parsons CFO, San Antonio Community Hospital