Are you aware of your unconscious biases?

Today is International Women’s Day. This year’s theme is “Break The Bias” to create awareness against bias and strive for a world free of bias, stereotypes, and discrimination. Bias goes beyond gender and when we meet people our brains rapidly process and make quick judgments based on what we first see, for instance their gender or…

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Doctrin’s response the NHS Elective Recovery Plan

What do we think the recently published NHS recovery Plan means for healthcare within the UK? Craig Oates, our Managing Director has shared his thoughts on the plan and how it can help improve patient care in healthcare services, particularly through the adoption of digital systems. The NHS is dedicated to providing efficient and high…

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We know what it is like to walk a mile in our customer’s shoes

Offering digital solutions that strengthen both quality and efficiency in healthcare requires a great understanding of the daily activities and the needs of the care staff. Maria Granström, implementation manager at Doctrin, talks about her background as a Nurse and Specialist Nurse working with children and adolescents and why she chose to start working at…

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Capturing the Patient’s Story Is Fundamental for all Digi-Physical Care

The patient report is the foundation of  most medical assessments. The process of taking the patient history is used internationally across different specialities and professions but the methods have evolved to create a more person-centred consultation. Today, there is greater emphasis on the patient actively participating in the process because this engagement is found to…

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5 Key Success Factors When Digitalising Healthcare

Digitalisation is much more than adding technology. Digitalisation is using technology to redesign improved working methods, patient flows and forms of communication and collaboration. Unn Hellberg, who leads Doctrin’s customer team, has been responsible for implementing close to 200 care units in both primary and specialist care. Here, she shares success factors and pitfalls to…

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Important when Caring for Children in Digital Channels

Doctrin offers automated questionnaires to be used when collecting medical history for both children and adults. Howevere, ther are several vital differences between care contact with adults and children. Some of these differences are very important for medical safety, especially when the first contact can be made digitally. In this interview, Anna-Karin Edstedt Bonamy, CEO…

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What you as a care provider should you think about to comply with the new law on accessibility for public services

The Act on Accessibility to Digital Public Services (Act 2018: 1937), also known as the DOS Act, means that digital public services must be accessible to all users, including people with disabilities. It requires tools designed for healthcare to maintain a high standard when it comes to accessibility. The law implements the accessibility directive that…

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