Maternity

Following the full pre and post natal care pathway

Ensure the best care is provided to mothers by capturing the complete picture of pregnancy with EMIS Health’s Maternity system.

  • Secondary care

Maternity

Features and Benefits

  • Prompts for mandatory data requirements based on NICE guidelines.
  • Information leaflets generated (smoking, alcohol).
  • Compliant with NHS numbers for babies registration and newborn bloodspot labels.
  • Supports evidence gathering process for clinical negligence scheme for trusts (CNST).
  • Fast, effective reporting.
  • Improve patient care and safety.
  • Promote patient self-care.
  • Improve efficiencies in the care process.
  • Improve data quality.

EMIS Health Maternity monitors and records the full pre and post-natal pathway, ensuring a complete picture of pregnancy is captured.

Information from the antenatal booking interview is captured along with significant events during the antenatal period, the birth (or end of pregnancy), and up to the discharge home following birth.

The solution is used to support service commissioning, management and planning, risk management and clinical governance; and to support reporting to trust board, clients, commissioners, department of health and other national bodies.

“EMIS Health Maternity is fully embedded in our clinicians' work processes and is an essential tool in the day to day work of the service, facilitating communication between clinicians and liaison to partners in care.”

Linda G Campbell , RM Clinical Manager , Southampton University Hospitals Maternity

Interoperability

We’ve been committed to interoperability for over 30 years. We believe that connecting patient information across healthcare settings enables better care, which is why our solutions are developed with interoperability in mind.

Through our Partner Programme, we also work with over 40 different companies, so that you can choose from a wide range of additional products that seamlessly exchange data with our products. 

Find out more about interoperability

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