Radar Healthcare wins Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust tender

By Jo Makosinski | Published: 30-Nov-2022

Risk management and compliance software to be rolled out at five hospitals and community services


Following a competitive tender, Radar Healthcare has won the contract to supply Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust with its risk management and compliance software across five main hospitals and community services.

The Trust will introduce Radar Healthcare to Guy’s Hospital, St Thomas’ Hospital, Evelina London Children’s Hospital, Royal Brompton Hospital, Harefield Hospital, and community services in Lambeth and Southwark.

The use of one system for managing risk, quality, and compliance will align with the new electronic health record system due to start in April 2023 to transform the trust’s processes.

Ashley Parrott, deputy director of quality and assurance at the trust, said: “We currently have four separate risk management software systems across the whole trust and we look forward to working with Radar Healthcare to deliver technology which could integrate seamlessly across all of our hospitals and community sites and that can be designed to suit our requirements.” 

In addition to helping Guy’s and St Thomas’ consolidate its processes, the project with Radar Healthcare will help the trust comply with the Learn from Patient Safety Events (LFPSE) service and be ‘ready and resilient’ for the Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF).

The trust hopes the integration of one risk management system will make the lives easier for its 23,000 employees, while allowing it to improve safety for its teams and the 2.5 million patients it provides care for each year. 

The Radar Healthcare platform has been developed to futureproof healthcare organisations when it comes to meeting regulatory standards.

The flexibility allows one single, easy-to-use platform, which is configurable to new processes and frameworks, such as LFPSE and PSIRF.

Paul Johnson, chief executive of Radar Healthcare, said: “The trust didn’t want a rigid, off-the-shelf system. Instead, it wanted a platform and a partnership that could respond to its specific needs and enable it to transform processes without restriction.” 

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