https://www.qvh.nhs.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/QVH-Board-meeting-public-05.05.2022-V2.pdf Page 139 Quite positve Text reads The first patients have been referred through the digital platform Bleepa (which connects QVH with primary and secondary care colleagues), for the breathlessness pathway. • Procurement discussions commenced for long term digital solution to support the CDC. • QVH leadership team presented CDC H1 plans to the ICS, funding approved for the first half of the year 2022/23. • Full Business case (FBC) required for H2 and funding over the next 3-5 years. Work is underway. • Specific KPIs have been identified as part of the pilot, meeting arranged with Bleepa to establish data capture to support this. Work ongoing.
Noticed this on LinkedIn from 4 days ago interesting in that a Naval architect starting end of May at Appledore with a very good cv “ Dave Pitt Naval Architect at Offshore Ship Designers Hi John. I'm starting back down the yard on the 30th of May. Really looking forward to it. I hope you are keeping well. All the best Dave
Vas one question you seem far better researched than me. Is it possible to use bleepa software only for the hospital /diagnostic centre which could then push the diacom image to a centralized QureAi centre for an ai analysis and then back to the sender ? Both companies seem to work on a SaaS so no loss in potential revenue.
This is quite interesting Vas regarding quote Ai stroke
“The mobile app enables stroke stakeholders to view clinical data and Imaging data in one place. It has full mobile DICOM viewer with an ability to show AI results. It generated PDF reports for all modalities. Clinicians can edit AI findings and can share images and reports externally.”
Speaking after the meeting, Minister Burns MP said:
“Northern Ireland is uniquely positioned to become a leader in the UK’s hydrogen economy and the UK Government recognises the importance of Northern Ireland’s role in developing the UK’s green economy as we continue to drive towards our net zero targets.
“It has been great to meet with members of Hydrogen NI today in Belfast, hearing about the work that they have been doing, as leaders in the sector, in attracting investment and creating jobs for Northern Ireland.
Hydrogen NI Chair, John Palmer added:
“We were delighted to host Minister of State, Conor Burns MP here in Belfast and would like to thank him again for taking the time to meet with some of our members.
“Hydrogen NI was launched almost a year ago, and this important meeting is a testament to the level of interest we are seeing in the potential to grow Northern Ireland’s clean hydrogen economy.
“We see growing the clean hydrogen economy as a way of tackling both climate change and our current energy crisis. It will allow us to make the most of our renewable energy resources, deliver a net-zero future, and most importantly protect the long-term interests of consumers here in Northern Ireland."
Consuela perhaps you could answer me one question? Friends of the earth are obviously against Gas storage but seem to be happy supporting hydrogen storage. If you look here they are clearly in support of carbon copy . https://carboncopy.eco/
Likewise carbon copy are promoting IM as a hydrogen storage facility.
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Thanks Vascular the last 15mins very interesting. with Bleepa being the only certified medical devce anyone using another platform other than Bleepa (ie whatsapp) risks prosecution if they make a wrong decision based on an image or discussion via an uncertified medical device. Not only that the NHS trust employing them would also be at fault. Thanks for sharing.