Introducing Phew’s exciting new PDMS pilot scheme

  • Real-time patient delay status.
  • Supports LoS reduction.
  • Creates situational awareness.
  • Management of extreme situations.

Why does our Trust need a PDMS pilot?

The Phew Team  have been working with David Carter, the CEO at Luton & Dunstable Hospital and his Discharge Management team for a year, implementing our Patient Discharge Management System (PDMS) with their CCG and LA’s.

L & D are reporting some amazing results – reducing their patient LoS by over 23% as part of a wider program supported by our PDMS and funded by NHS England.

Given its undoubtable success, David has suggested we approach other Trusts to see what discharge challenges you are currently facing, and to see how it would support your targets, reduce costs and add strategic value.

We wish to also demonstrate the system’s worth in more challenging environments and are therefore offering a pilot of our PDMS to two qualifying NHS Trusts that may be in need of a helping hand.

If you would like to be considered as a pilot adapter, please get in touch and we can outline the requirements or click on this link to our website.

Application criteria

  • Dedicated discharge team.
  • Below ‘Requires Improvement’ or ‘Inadequate’ on the performance scale.
  • Leadership buy-in to the ECIST code model.
  • Commitment to monthly reporting on progress and challenge of system.
  • Engaged health economy who would use dynamic reporting to support PTL and DToC.
  • Designated spokesperson available for media coverage.

To apply for the pilot, simply fill in the form below to express your interest.  We are keen to start this implementation in January 2020 with a view to going live by 1st February 2020, so don’t delay, get in touch today!