Driving quality in tough economic times is paramount for the UK healthcare sector to maintain its world-wide reputation. However making staff aware of organisational priorities and getting them focussed on achieving the right objectives requires systematic and sustained managerial effort.

Policy management software for healthcare

NETconsent is the leading automated policy management system for monitoring, measuring and managing the effectiveness of your workplace policies and procedures. Not only will NETconsent track who has read, understood and signed up to your policies, but it arms middle and senior healthcare managers with accurate information to identify and mitigate areas of risk and to target resources more cost-effectively.

Why use NETconsent within the Healthcare industry?

  • NETconsent promotes better clinical & information assurance because policies and procedures are pro-actively presented to relevant staff and healthcare managers given the tools to monitor compliance more effectively.
  • NETconsent strengthens accountability by ensuring people understand and sign up to policies and healthcare codes of conduct.
  • NETconsent will help drive the NHS quality, innovation, productivity and prevention agenda by reliably and consistently communicating best practice in healthcare.
  • NETconsent improves consultation by engaging staff in the change process and delivering meaningful reports.
  • NETconsent drives down back office costs by automating previously labour intensive policy management processes.
  • NETconsent delivers immediate benefits as it is scaleable and quick to deploy.

Challenges facing healthcare

NETconsent policy management software helps healthcare organisations adapt to change whilst assuring robust governance. Call us on +44 (0) 870 013 1600 to find out how NETconsent could help you prepare for these challenges:

  • NHS - Quality measurement, Data Protection, ISO27001, Information and Governance (IG Toolkit), Quality Governance Framework, Clinical Governance, Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act. 
  • Biotechnology - Data Protection, Research Regulations, Exploitation Policies.
  • Pharmaceuticals - Cost Transparency Legislation, Patient Safety, Importing and Exporting Medicines, Good Manufacturers.  
  • Private healthcare - DPA compliance, Data Protection, Clinical Governance, Quality Governance Framework. 
  • Medical technology - UK Bribery Act of 2010, FCPA, Research Regulations, Data Protection 1998.