We have recently concluded successful field
trials in 6 units. The digital pens were easily
integrated into everyday practice and were much
liked by the midwives using them. Click here
for the results of the field
The technology will enable community midwives
to record booking information once. The data
can then transferred directly to the information
system using either a mobile phone or a docking
station. Data transfer is encrypted and secure.
After transfer, the midwife is able to validate
the data, thus ensuring correct information recorded.
- real-time data captured within the community
setting, reducing the need for double entry;
- immediately available, high quality information
on community care provision
- easy to use package, requiring minimal training.
The Perinatal Institute have developed a QIPP in relation to PEER data collection and digipens
significant cost benefits and opportunity costs