by Vince Doyle, Web Services Manager Trafford Healthcare NHS Trust
MJog is a fully automated Patient Messaging Service providing two-way electronic messaging via SMS, Voice and Email for reducing appointment no shows, and improving patient health through increasing Patient engagement and health awareness.
We work closely with GP Practices, CCGs, CSUs, Public and Private Hospitals, and Clinics delivering quick and efficient patient communications. We are at the forefront of developing new communication technologies that engage more fully with a younger generation, which will help improve future patient healthcare.
LATEST NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Monday, March 3rd, 2014 | Healthcare, News, Primary | No Comments
With more than 12 million GP appointments missed each year in the UK, costing £160m annually, MJog is helping practices up and down the country to reduce their DNAs using modern electronic communications to patients. One practice in Nottingham has delivered over 250,000 messages to their patients using MJog’s Patient Messaging Services. [Read More]
Wednesday, February 5th, 2014 | Healthcare, News, Primary | No Comments
Wolverhampton CCG is partnering with MJog to provide ‘paperless’ patient communication technologies to local General Practices to improve health awareness and outcomes amongst the local Patient population. After an extensive evaluation process, Wolverhampton CCG is again working with leading Patient Messaging Services provider MJog to deliver healthcare communications to the regional patient population by funding electronic delivery services to practices within the CCG. [Read More]
Monday, November 4th, 2013 | Healthcare, Primary | No Comments
Testing for dementia in at-risk groups
Where an assessment of those patients at-risk, perhaps showing early signs of dementia will take place through an initial enquiry. Prompt diagnosis will mean patients are brought into the care pathway earlier. The value of this DES is estimated as follows: £0.37 per patient upfront, with an equivalent payment of £3,367 per practice. Improving the diagnosis and management of patients with dementia is a Department of Health priority and CCGs have been asked to prioritise dementia care. For most practices the information required to be collected is straightforward and clinical and can be captured using Read Codes available now and others which will be available soon. [Read More]
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