Centralises control of your Lilie users, identifying them by their Windows profile, instead of entering a username and password.
Efficiently captures all National Chlamydia Screening Programme (NCSP) data required to identify and monitor the spread of Chlamydia.
Uses a secure handheld device to capture real-time sexual health data within an outreach environment.
Helps you manage high volumes of data collection, while satisfying your SRHAD (Sexual Reproductive Health Activity Data set) national requirements.
Supports the collection and reporting of data for GUMCAD, the surveillance system for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in England.
Monitors the short and long-term clinical outcomes of people living with HIV infection.
Integrates with Lilie Dashboards to display key patient information in one simple view.
Receives test results electronically from the laboratory and automatically enters them into the patient record.
Facilities ordering and receiving of results electronically, via a HL7 interface.
Allows you to effectively prescribe for your patients, providing a historic timeline of items previously prescribed and automatically updating any treatments to their record.
Enables patient communication via SMS.
Appointment reminders or test results can be sent as generic messages or be personalised depending on your service requirements.
Manages walk-in clinics and allows patients to self-register their arrival for booked appointments.
The easy-to-use, multilingual solution collects patient demographic and contact information as well as sexual history, combining modern touchscreen technology with sophisticated data capture.
An online booking solution which allows patients to search for local clinics and book appointments 24/7.
Virtual Clinic meets patient demand, offering a discreet, convenient and additional route to treatment, while offering clinic efficiencies by triaging the patient into the most appropriate appointment in the diary, and updating patient data into the EPR.
"The Lilie Text module has allowed the service to notify patients of test results and has greatly eased communication of negative results. It has also enabled reminders to be sent with details of appointments and we have now enabled patient replies to these messages for cancelling and rearranging appointments.
- Tom Streeter, IT Manager
Wolverhampton Sexual Health Services