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Datix software for patient care
Software for patient safety

Patient Safety Culture, Healthcare Incidents & Risk Management Software

  • Datix Releases a New Patient Safety White Paper

    Today we have launched the first of new series of white papers - 'An organisation with a memory: what needs to change'

    Written by James Titcombe OBE, this release is the first in a series of white papers that looks at the current landscape for patient care and what can be done to improve patient care around the world. Read more here >>>

  • Datix appoints James Titcombe OBE

    Datix has appointed James Titcombe OBE in an advisory capacity as Patient Safety Specialist. Read more

  • The new Datix Customer Portal is now open!

    Last year we announced some changes to our support desk. One of those changes was the launch of a brand new Customer Portal. Read more

  • Version 14.0 Released

    We have released Version 14.0. Register for the release here.

  • Patient Safety

    “It may seem a strange principle to enunciate, as the very first requirement in a hospital, that it should do the sick no harm” - Florence Nightingale.

    Healthcare is a high-risk industry and the harm done to patients remains a significant public health issue. Our passion is to help reduce this risk.

  • Service User Safety

    Care homes, assisted living facilities and nursing  homes increasingly want to understand how to improve safety for residents. We can help by providing software to manage the risk associated with providing elderly care. Some of the largest providers in the UK already benefit from Datix software.

  • Incident Reporting System

    We have been working with frontline healthcare staff for 25 years. Our web based incident reporting system reflects their experience and needs. We get the balance right between simplicity and complexity, ensuring that incident reporting for adverse events becomes a desire, not a burden.