10,000 Patients

Date posted: January 10, 2014

The milestones keep coming for Florence. 10,000 patients is a huge step in terms of helping people manage their own health better, and helping the NHS achieve the savings they so desperately need.

Lots of New Customers

Date posted: August 20, 2013

We haven’t posted the organisations who’ve joined Florence since March 2012 but that doesn’t mean they have not been coming. Here’s a summary of NHS organisations that have joined up since March 2012.   Bromley CCG Central Manchester Foundation Trust Coventry & Rugby CCG Hywel Dda Health Board NHS Salford Foundation Trust North Manchester CCG

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5,000 Patients

Date posted: May 20, 2013

Another milestone today as we hit 5,000 patients registered with Florence.

2,000 Patients

Date posted: June 15, 2012

A quick check on the system reveals we now have over 2,000 patients registered on Florence. Onwards and upwards.

New Customer: East Sussex County Council

Date posted: March 8, 2012

NHS East Sussex have signed up to Florence today. It’s particularly exciting for us to see NHS organisations outside of The West Midlands take advantage of Florence. It means awareness of what Florence can achieve is spreading wider than our project collaboration partners.

New Customer: East London NHS Trust / Newham

Date posted: February 28, 2012

I am pleased to say that NHS Newham have decided to use Florence as part of their Telehealth Strategy. We think this is a significant development. Newham are one of the Dept of Health’s “Whole System Demonstrators” (WSD) sites and consequently they have a wealth of telehealth experience and, the medical community will be looking

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New Customer: NHS South of Tyne and Wear

Date posted: February 16, 2012

Happy to say that NHS South Tyne and Wear have come on board and will be introducing Florence as part of their Telehealth strategy.

New Customer: NHS Lincolnshire

Date posted: August 19, 2011

Welcome Lincolnshire! NHS Lincolnshire have joined forces with Florence on a two year trial to take telehealth to their citizens. They aim to cover a wide range of longer term conditions and reduce the number of hospital and GP Visits to have vital signs recorded.