Enhanced care driven by digital innovation
Northern Care Alliance Digital aims to use digital technology and data to help deliver exceptional care.
Recognising the key role of digital in supporting and enhancing patient care, we're introducing innovative ways of working using new digital systems to make improvements.
We're using digital to empower our patients, as well as help our staff deliver the right outcomes for patients, in the right way.
Driving digital maturity and empowering patients
A number of new digital projects are driving our digital maturity and improving standards.
We're focusing on the user experience and userbility of our systems and building platforms to empower our patients.
We believe in engaging with and empowering patients in their own health and healthcare while treating their data with respect.
Our Digital Plans
Salford patients are first to use ground-breaking app for Long Covid
People in Salford living with long Covid are being supported with the help of a ground-breaking mobile app and clinical website to track their recovery and improve their health.
Heart failure patients try out new App and digital devices in a bid to reduce hospital admissions
Vulnerable heart failure patients who have seen reduced hospital check-ups during the Covid-19 pandemic are now being monitored remotely, following the introduction of a state-of-the-art digital care solution.
State of the art network upgrade
Technology refresh of whole organisational network to minimise any cross-system network failures
Cloud-hosted PACS solution as part of a wider Greater Manchester roll out of Sectra PACS
Replacing the current PACS system will a cloud-hosted PACS solution as part of a wider Greater Manchester roll out of Sectra PACS
Stay home healthcare for Salford patients via TV
Salford healthcare teams are helping patients stay safe by talking to them remotely in their own homes via their TV screens.
Collaborative working begins with AstraZeneca
A project which aims to support early detection and prevent deterioration of chronic kidney disease has begun in Salford.