Healthcare compliance

Scottish software group, Gael, has announced a partnership with global health services research agency, ECRI Institute, to promote its Q-Pulse software.Q-Pulse is compliance management software that is used in industry sectors such as aviation, healthcare and life sciences. The system is already being used by a number of hospitals and Trusts including Guy’s & St […]

Scottish software group, Gael, has announced a partnership with global health services research agency, ECRI Institute, to promote its Q-Pulse software.


Q-Pulse is compliance management software that is used in industry sectors such as aviation, healthcare and life sciences. The system is already being used by a number of hospitals and Trusts including Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Trust and, according to the company, is able to address a variety of challenges currently facing healthcare management.


Martin Bowman, sales director at Gael, said: ‘We are delighted to be working with ECRI Institute and are confident its extensive knowledge and expertise will be extremely valuable for healthcare organisations. Providing the healthcare sector with a superior system that delivers an integrated solution for the proactive management of compliance activities has, and always will be, Gael’s highest priority. Not only does Q-Pulse deliver that, but now with this additional service provided by ECRI Institute, customers are now guaranteed a superior solution to help deliver their governance objectives.’


Michael Stewart, European sales and marketing director at ECRI Institute, added: ‘Both Q-Pulse and ECRI Institute have such an established reputation within the healthcare market; this partnership cannot fail to benefit customers. As pioneers in this science for 40 years, joining together ECRI Institute’s knowledge and expertise, with an award-winning product that provides a single central environment for healthcare quality management, will enable healthcare organisations to benefit greatly and achieve their objectives in delivering the quality agenda.’