Alexander Acaster BSc (Hons)
Chief Operating Officer
+44 203 355 9796 Ext: 231
TMLEP provide an array of specialist clinical technologies, providing assistance to a number of organisations in the healthcare sector and private clinicians.
Please feel free to get in touch today to discuss how we can assist you.
Built with specialist input from our consultant radiologists, TitanEMR provides a secure, easy to use solution for storing, transmitting and viewing radiology and medical records.
TitanEMR is the perfect tool to help in a number of scenarios, such as:
Once your TitanEMR vault has been opened, you can:
Providing medico-legal opinions in and around a full-time clinical role can be challenging. That is why we created our own private practice medico-legal solution, helping handle all aspects of private medico-legal practice so that healthcare professionals can focus purely on what matters, their opinion.
We assist healthcare providers to independently investigate concerns in relation to the provision of healthcare, providing independent serious incident reports and complaints investigations.
Where expert evidence is required for clinical negligence matters, you can take comfort knowing you are obtaining one of the most robust and reliable expert opinions available.
Our healthcare technology and data solutions provide the capability to drive real change in the delivery of healthcare and analysis of clinical risk.
This article discusses the problems that arise from inadequate information regarding a patient’s history and examination, leading to the patient dealing with complications of sepsis due to the delay in the diagnosis of acute appendicitis after an initial diagnosis of gastroenteritis.Read Article 04 May 2023
This article discusses the problems that may arise from severe vitamin D deficiency and the international guidelines that highly recommend that all adults should supplement to avoid complications that may be caused by this deficiency.Read Article 29 Mar 2023
Jaundice in new-born babies is a common occurrence (60% of term babies and 80% of preterm infants) and is usually not harmful. Jaundice is caused by a build-up of bilirubin in the blood. Bilirubin is a yellow/orange pigment produced following the breakdown of red blood cells and as babies have…Read Article 01 Mar 2023