FloKi Health finds the Wright team to deliver NHS training
At FloKi Health, we’re proud to lead the way in innovational excellence. Throughout our time at Northumbria Specialist Emergency Care Hospital (NSECH), we’ve encountered an abundance of enthusiastic and bright minds, ready to embrace technology to effect change from the wards up.
Now it’s time to harness this power and start making a difference to the lives of staff and patients in the NHS.
FloKi’s technology allows hospitals to track, maintain and manage medical devices from the ward. Medical equipment is monitored using BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) gateways. Ward staff can then use a mobile and desktop application to find the equipment they need when they need it.
Locating and monitoring medical equipment has long been a bugbear of NHS staff across the country. In fact, back in 2009, the Nursing Times published a study showing that nurses were wasting over “one hour per shift” searching for vital medical equipment.
In order to guarantee maximum success when rolling out FloKi’s technology to clinicians, engineers and NHS management, we have enlisted to the expertise of business growth and executive training expert, Tony Wright of Change U.
Working hand-in-hand with FloKi’s executive board, Tony will develop and deliver engaging and informative training on FloKi’s innovative and unique technology, allowing all users to gain a full understanding of how Floki can positively change their working life as well as patient’s lives every single day.
With over 30 years in engineering and management, Tony is an expert when it comes to delivering management consultancy and corporate training. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Consulting, an experienced Certified Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming and a Certified INLPTA Trainer of Neuro-Linguistic Programming.
Tony Wright, Director of Change U, said: “I am excited to be a part of turning FloKi’s hard work into a reality at NSECH.
“So often, technology is only as good as the user and, without effective and thorough training, we won’t see FloKi reach its full potential from the wards up.
“There is already significant interest and enthusiasm for FloKi’s solutions in the hospital, and the right training methods will allow us to harness this and transform the whole NSECH team into FloKi advocates.”
“For us, it’s about bringing real-world storytelling and simple-yet-definitive language to a subject that is inherently technical.”
Fenwick Smith, Chief Executive of FloKi Health, said: “I have worked with Tony for many years and I have the greatest of confidence that we can work together with developing a comprehensive training programme that shows how FloKi can bring value to each and every staff member involved.
“It is not always easy to introduce new technology and I know that Tony will effectively translate the real-life difference FloKi can make to the working lives of clinicians, engineers and NHS management alike.
“Most importantly, the time-saving technology gives staff more time to spend doing what they do best – delivering outstanding patient care.”