We are delighted to announce that the MicroGuide App has been designated as a Medical Device and from now on will be displaying the appropriate CE Mark on the splash screen when the App is first accessed.
Would you or one of your team like some MicroGuide™ top-up training?
From June 2015 onwards we'll be providing on-line virtual training sessions and helpful advice on both MicroGuide™ and the MultiGuide versions of our Content Management Systems to any Registered User of the service. We'll be running bi-weekly Master Classes and full training sessions starting with a Master Class on Friday 12th June 2015 from 11.30am to 1pm UK time.
University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust are awarded the” infection control prize” at the annual NHS Innovation Challenge Awards for their use of MicroGuide™
University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust announces that use of MicroGuide™ “has supported a sustained reduction in prescribing of high-risk broad-spectrum antibiotics from 40% to 28%, coinciding – alongside successful infection prevention initiatives – with a fall in Clostridium difficile infections from 60 a month to less than 10 a month”.
MicroGuide™ reaches 30,000 downloads in the UK.
The 50th Medical Organisation acquires MicroGuide™. The majority of customers are UK NHS Acute Hospital Trusts but the service is also being used in Private Hospitals, Community Service Trusts, Primary Care and Hospitals overseas.
University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust win the prestigious Novartis Antimicrobial Award for their innovative use of MicroGuide™ for "infection treatment guidelines and antimicrobial stewardship".
MicroGuide™ is the most popular medical application in the UK for professional healthcare workers by number of downloads on the Apple App Store
A survey conducted at a London Teaching Hospital in July 2014 found that the MicroGuide™ service “increased awareness of antimicrobial stewardship” and it “encouraged clinicians to challenge/question inappropriate prescribing by others”.