Bleepa achieves CE Mark - Raising the bar for medical communication platforms

Case Studies

Bleepa®, is the essential tool for remote, secure communications between clinicians and teams. An easy-to-use, digital medical image sharing and communications platform it enables clinicians to safely view and discuss imaging, and patient cases at the touch of a button. 

Read our case studies to find out how Bleepa has been transforming the way clinical practices work across communications and medical image sharing, facilitating faster referral times, remote working and streamlining operational processes.

Remote Working during COVID-19
With the quickly changing situation brought on by COVID-19, the NHS was presented with big challenges. These challenges included keeping staff safe while delivering high-quality care. For the system to cope, clinical staff needed stay healthy to be able to care for patients. Therefore, the risk to staff was particularly concerning. Finding alternative ways of working became a key priority to preve...
Process Improvements & Time Savings
The respiratory team at Royal Oldham Hospital wanted to improve the referral process and response time for inpatient referrals. As the process was manual and paper based, administrative staff had to manage incoming referrals and distribute them to clinicians in a hard copy format. There was no adequate method to manage referrals electronically or to ensure that all referrals were dealt with in a s...
Pandemic Collaboration
The COVID-19 pandemic presented the NHS with immense challenges in delivering healthcare services in the face of the unknown. There was an acute need to develop flexible and alternative ways of working that would meet patient needs, while keeping staff safe. An important first step was creating a way to identify and track confirmed or suspected COVID patients. And then providing tools to support t...
Clinical Data Quality & Auditing
At the Royal Oldham Hospital in Manchester, multiple inpatient referral processes were used by different clinical specialties. These often needed administrative support to manage incoming referrals. In addition, there was no adequate means to manage referrals electronically to ensure that referrals were dealt with more quickly. ...