We need your help if we’re to make the most of the potential that mobile clinical apps have to improve patient care. That’s why we are looking for nurses and doctors working in UK hospitals who would be interested in providing us with feedback on our mobile designs during our regular one-to-one sessions at our offices in Kings Cross, London.
Please note that our development work uses synthetic data created for that purpose, rather than actual patient data.
If you’re interested in taking part, we’d love to hear from you here.
Our Streams app is helping transform the way nurses and doctors prevent avoidable patient deterioration in NHS hospitals to improve patient care. By streaming the right information to the right clinician at the right time, doctors and nurses are able to provide faster and more targeted care, which ultimately allows them to spend more of their time on proactive rather than reactive interventions.
Streams is a mobile app that provides clinicians with alerts to patients that need their attention, allows them to assign and communicate about clinical tasks and gives them all the information they need to make the right diagnoses and decisions, all wrapped in a clear and intuitive interface.
It avoids the need for clinicians to access multiple, desktop-based systems or paper records, instead providing a single view of relevant clinical information that allows clinicians to spend more of their time on patient care.
You can find out more about our work here: https://deepmind.com/streams
Streams testing is aimed exclusively to clinicians/healthcare professionals such as doctors and nurses. It is not open to the general public. If you are a patient or a consumer or any member of the general public, we kindly thank you for your interest in Streams, but are unable to invite you along to user testing.