Healthcare technology firm wins £2 million contracts
A HEALTHCARE technology company has scooped eight out of eight contracts tendered – amounting to more than £2 million.
MSoft eSolutions, which has offices in Montpellier, Cheltenham, as well as Bromborough, Merseyside, has been selected to provide its innovative blood-tracking systems to Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust.
As a result, MSoft is recruiting four new staff taking its team across the two offices to 18.
Hull has chosen MSoft's Bloodhound solution for its three principal hospitals – Hull Royal Infirmary, Castle Hill Hospital and Princess Royal Hospital.
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The Bloodhound system controls access to and from all blood fridges with rigorous security and safety ensuring only approved staff are allowed to get access.
The blood-tracking system provides positive identification of users and patients and in depth auditing of all bloods across each and every stage of the transfusion process – to help get the right blood into the right patient.
Matt McAlister, managing director of MSoft eSolutions, said: "To win eight out of eight tenders during the last financial year is a fitting reward for all the hard work and dedication of the MSoft team.
"Customers tell us they like the fact that we are flexible, respond to their specific needs, move quickly and are constantly looking to innovate and improve upon the products and service we offer."
The other health trusts to have selected MSoft eSolutions during the past year are in Brighton and Sussex, Cornwall, Nottingham, Salisbury and Cheshire.
Matt McAlister said the Cheltenham office, which only opened in April, was serving the southern area of the country.
"It is a perfect position for us," he said. "It is right in the middle of our group of customers.
"The most important part of the Bloodhound system is the patient's safety-making sure the right units of blood gets to the right patient. The NHS is leading the way in this and the rest of the world is watching."
The system is also being exported to Australia and with the help of UKTI inroads are also being made in Germany and Belgium.