Kainos - Evolve


Evolve is the flagship solution in Kainos's comprehensive suite of healthcare solutions, which cost-effectively automate the creation, capture and handling of medical case notes and operational documents and records, by enabling a smooth transition to EPR through a comprehensive range of solutions and services.

Developed with NHS clinicians and managers, Evolve Electronic Medical Record (EMR) takes Trusts’ document management activities to the next level – creating a fully integrated EMR solution capable of accelerating the delivery of critical healthcare processes and delivering step changes in efficiency and patient care. It is a sophisticated workflow, e-forms and reporting platform, providing the foundation for transformative improvements in healthcare. This powerful EMR solution can enhance or prepare the ground for EPR initiatives, delivering real results – for patients and for budget-holders. The award-winning Evolve EMR is being used extensively across a range of high profile UK Trusts, including Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust, West Suffolk Hospital NHS Trust, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Clatterbridge Centre for Oncology NHS Foundation Trust.

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