IntelliCentrics Partners with Bridgewater in Home Healthcare Delivery

STOCKPORT, UK (03 October, 2019) – IntelliCentrics, creator of the SEC3URE Passport which is used to digitally credential and privilege healthcare industry representatives so they can be trusted, and Bridgewater Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust (Bridgewater), a UK community health service provider, today announced a partnership that will provide IntelliCentrics technology to patients and their […]

Disclosure Barring Service Provides Clarity on Guidance for DBS Checks and Eligible Positions

Disclosure Barring Service Provides Clarity on Guidance for DBS Checks and Eligible Positions IntelliCentrics UK, Stockport (27th September 2019) The Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), a non-departmental public body of the Home Office of the United Kingdom, enables organisations in the public, private and voluntary sectors to make safer recruitment decisions by identifying candidates who […]

PRESS RELEASE: IntelliCentrics Acquires UK-Based Who Are You Ltd.

STOCKPORT, UK (January 8, 2019) – IntelliCentrics, owner and operator of the cloud-based SEC3URE healthcare technology platform, announced today the acquisition of UK-based Who Are You Ltd. “This acquisition is about introducing trusted access into healthcare,” said Mike Sheehan, chief executive officer of IntelliCentrics. “IntelliCentrics has been investing in the UK healthcare market for nearly […]

IntelliCentrics and NHS SBS announce partnership

We’re pleased to announce that we have recently partnered with NHS SBS to offer NHS SBS customers access to our SEC³URE commercial visitor management service. NHS SBS is a trusted partner to over 35% of the NHS, offering innovative finance and accounting, employment and procurement solutions which deliver significant operational efficiencies, improved service quality and […]

A further look at considerations for nurses/RODPs and clinical staff working with commercial visitors in theatres

Leading clinical publication, Operating Theatre Journal (OTJ), recently looked at the expanding role of nurses and registered operating department practitioners (RODPs), in particular, their accountability regarding commercial visitors in theatres. With kind permission from OTJ, we have a pdf of the article available here. OTJ’s article brings up a number of considerations for nursing staff […]

Unsolicited commercial activity is still a challenge – with 94% experiencing unsolicited visits and hospital policy avoidance, our survey finds.

“At one point, there were more suits in theatres, than hospital staff in scrubs”. This quote, recounted at a recent NHS conference, is from a theatre manager describing the number of commercial visitors who were accessing theatre areas. From the nods around the conference theatre, it’s an experience familiar to many other hospitals. Lord Carter […]