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Get PSIRF ready with Radar Healthcare

The Patient Safety Incident Response Framework supports the NHS Patient Safety Strategy’s aim to learn from patient safety incidents to improve the safety of the NHS.

Published in August 2022, secondary care providers need to start transitioning to PSIRF from September, completing by Autumn 2023.

Radar Healthcare is LFPSE compliant and packed with AI to help your organisation track incidents and learn from them to drive patient safety improvements.

  • Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust logo

    Reducing risk

    by analysing data

  • Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust logo

    First Trust

    to report on LFPSE system

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Key benefits

Radar Healthcare is different to other providers. We don’t expect you to adapt your processes to use our software, instead you can adapt the software to fit around your requirements.

Focus on driving improvements in your organisation with a dedicated Customer Success Manager by your side. They will understand your objectives and needs, and help you drive towards these.

  • Adapts to you, providing full support
  • Helps reduce claims and litigation
  • Share learnings across teams to improve patient outcomes
  • LFPSE compliant software
  • Be ready for regulatory inspection
  • Links all product modules in one place, including events and incidents, audits, risk, action plans and more
  • Only buy the product modules you need

The fact that we could work with Radar Healthcare to be the first Trust in the country to report on the national LFPSE system was a real bonus. Not only are we improving the safety of our own patients, but we are also helping to improve patient safety across the country.

Kate Jarman, Director of Corporate Affairs, Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Trust