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MetaVision is designed to deliver results in critical care


  • Highest cost
  • Highest mortality
  • Highest morbidity


  • Drives hospital throughput
  • High-cost complications
  • High-risk procedures

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The next generation of MetaVision is here! Developed with latest technology, MetaVision 6 has a fresh intuitive graphical user interface and exciting new functionality.  Improve patient safety with advanced electronic medication management. See all your patients at a glance and effectively manage patient care. System improvements deliver better performance, reduced latency and improved scalability. 

Leading hospitals worldwide choose MetaVision


  • 20 Apr

    Maasstad Hospital, The Netherlands, undertakes further go-lives with MetaVision

    Maasstad Hospital in Rotterdam has expanded the implementation of MetaVision in its ORs and ICUs - meaning nearly ninety beds are now covered by the system - as part of its ongoing commitment to achieving continuous enhancements to quality of patient care in both departments.

    William Boender, Team leader Care Intensive Care, Maasstad Hospital, says the following: "This PDMS supports the complex work process in the IC. We are pleased that we have again opted for MetaVision for the coming years. We are convinced that with this new version we will further improve the quality of care in our Intensive Care unit of the Maasstad Hospital” 

  • 18 Apr

    Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals Critical Care Units live with MetaVision upgrade - their ‘biggest ever quality improvement’

    The current go live marks an upgraded version of MetaVision including automated ICNARC data export to MEDICUS by Mela Solutions. The project was described by the Critical Care and Digital Health teams as the ‘biggest ever quality improvement’. Thanks to the upgrade of Critical Care software and hardware, the Norfolk and Norwich Critical Care department (28 beds) is now one of the leading critical care units in the East of England in terms of EPR.

     "Thanks to the new version of the software there will be no longer handwritten notes that sometimes can be hard to read” said Emily Georgina Hackett, Registered Nurse in Critical Care.

     Akesh Dhrampal, Critical Care Consultant, added: “This will enable our Critical Care services to utilise a new, complete EPR which aligns with the Trust’s digital strategy. This is a powerful tool which will enable better patient care, fewer errors and timely interventions.” 

    “This new system has been tailored to our needs and it will be easier to understand for colleagues," said Filipe Figueiredo, Critical Care Charge Nurse. “It will also provide more safety in drugs’ administration and patient care. This puts us in a leading position within the region as the most advanced EPR with the latest digital technology supporting the system.” 

    Representatives from IMS MAXIMS, iMDsoft’s exclusive channel partner for MetaVision in the UK and Ireland, took part in the go live.

    For more information about MetaVision for your hospital, contact our local distributor IMS Maxims at

  • 2 Feb

    York Teaching Hospitals has gone live with MetaVision in their York ICU

    York Teaching Hospitals is iMDsoft’s first customer to go live with our ICNARC interface automatically populating MedICUs by Mela Solutions.

    This interface will be deployed soon at our other UK customers, to ensure all units in the UK to comply to ICNARC 4.0 requirements.
    They also use a drug catalogue based on the dm+d national standard.

    An additional rollout is expected shortly in the Scarborough ICU (same Trust).

  • 1 Feb

    Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust chooses Metavision as its Clinical Information System for Critical Care

    In 2022, MetaVision 6 will be installed in Intensive Care, Cardiac Care, the Cardiothoracic Centre, and Burns units at Broomfield Hospital, Basildon University Hospital and Southend University Hospital.