Manage patients with the long-term condition via dashboards with at a glance view of CA4/Viral Load, with associated treatments through Events and Attendance-based consultations.
Lilie Version 8.0 introduces central control of Lilie users by identifying them from their Windows log-in, instead of entering username and password.
Captures all National Chlamydia Screening Programme (NCSP) data to identify and monitor the spread of Chlamydia and ensure a more efficient patient notification process.
Captures sexual health data on a secure, handheld device, decreasing clinical risk, reducing transcription and manual data entry and increasing data accuracy. Use offline in outreach services where internet connection is poor and synchronise back to the Lilie core database.
Helps to manage high volumes of data collected in busy clinics, maintaining Sexual Reproductive Health Activity Dataset (SRHAD) requirements.
The primary surveillance system for STIs in England. Originally established in 2008 as a replacement for the KC60 report, a paper-based report containing aggregated service-level data. The current version of GUMCAD is the third in a series of improvements.
Monitor the short and long-term clinical outcomes of people living with HIV infection, and the effectiveness of national policies and guidance. This dataset underpins national HIV Surveillance.
Receive results electronically via a HL7 interface. This module increases accuracy, reduces clinical risk and enables laboratory performance monitoring, also offering bulk management of results.
Users can order tests and receive results electronically via a HL7 interface. The service can bulk manage results with the worklist function.
Offers a shortlist of drugs and allows prescribing for patients and recording of data into their records, tracking a historical timeline.
Enables patient communication via text messaging. From offering appointment reminders, to sending test results, this module is cost efficient and is a direct and timely way to communicate with patients, pre and postconsultation. Reminding patients of their appointments can also reduce DNA rates.
Touchscreens efficiently manage walk-in clinics, enabling self-registration. Multilingual and easy-to-use, the module collects patient demographics, contact information and sexual history to speed up the consultation process.
Patients can book appointments via a secure website, 24/7. Appointment scheduling is more efficient, staff intervention is reduced with more information upfront, and more patients are encouraged to use the service as bookings can be made out-of-hours. With patients able to book, cancel and amend their own appointments, DNA rates are reduced. The Virtual Clinic API also allows service users to interact directly with Lilie via the organisation’s own website.
"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