NHS Nurses save 87 minutes a day in revolutionary trial

In a busy hospital setting, innovative technology makes medication rounds safer and more efficient, helping NHS nurses save 87 minutes each, per day, in ground-breaking trial.

PillTime uses the latest robotic technology and artificial intelligence to dispense medication. When implemented in Salford Royal hospital, the PillTime method saved NHS nurses an average of 87 minutes a day by making medication rounds more efficient. Key benefits included safer administration, better patient care and a calmer working environment for nurses.

As pressure mounts, nurses are under a huge deal of pressure to maintain standards of patient care. With nurse resources stretched and workloads soaring, the Royal College of Nursing expresses concern about safe staffing levels within the profession.

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