Virtual Smartcard virtualises the physical NHS smartcard into the cloud. This means users can access their clinical workspace and applications using a more convenient form of authentication like a smartphone, a HR issued card or a biometric.
The MIA Platform already has all the common components of apps such as authentication, secure data storage and transmission, offline working and data synchronisation as well as a clinical system integration bus. The platform has a library of clinical components such as patient search, appointment scheduling, GPS mapping and clinical observations.
A clinical mobile app designed by midwives, for midwives. MIA Maternity and MIA Infant Feeding are specifically designed around the working practices of Midwives and Infant Feeding teams to increase efficiency and productivity for more time caring for mothers and babies. MIA Maternity was shortlisted for three awards over the last year.
iO provides users with seamless mobility across devices with smartcard authentication and session persistence. Saving crucial time logging in and restarting programs enables clinicians to be more efficient when they need it most.
With a paper-based process a lot of rich data is lost. MIA captures everything electronically – every appointment, observation, discussion and test. MIA can provide this as an intelligent data dashboard so the trust can see real time views of user and team performance. Everything is digitally signed and geo-tagged for audit and compliance purposes.
The MIA Platform enables Trusts to rapidly design and deploy secure clinical mobile apps. MIA apps support existing NHS workflows to improve efficiency and productivity for better patient care. Any process with inefficiencies like working on paper, duplication of administration or a high travel overhead can benefit from MIA.