Welcome to Chameleon Information Management Services Ltd
About Our Company
Chameleon Information Management Services Ltd (CIMS) has been successfully providing high quality and high value clinical information systems to the NHS for over 20 years.
The InfoFlex product forms the core of all information systems implemented by CIMS.
InfoFlex is used in over 140 Trusts and hospices across the UK within a wide range of specialties. CIMS provides services that include design consultancy, project management, interfacing, data conversion, data analysis and InfoFlex training.
The InfoFlex product suite is designed specifically for the modelling of clinical information and workflow processes across clinical departments and organisations, providing organisation-wide, integrated clinical information systems based on international, regional, and local requirements.
InfoFlex provides the ideal platform to give clinicians and patients easy access to their clinical data. InfoFlex is easy to use and no programming is required to tailor the product to suit the individual user’s needs. InfoFlex is designed to be highly interactive thereby supporting patients and their care processes.
InfoFlex Web provides community-wide access to key clinical data for clinicians and patients, supporting informed decision making, improving health outcomes and reducing healthcare costs.
It can be implemented as part of a hospital’s infrastructure or as a cloud-based solution with integration to other key hospital systems.
View our full InfoFlex Clinical Design Library.
The InfoFlex projects and interfaces delivered by CIMS and in use by our customers so far this year.
The InfoFlex projects and interfaces delivered by CIMS and in use by our customers during this year.
Remote Monitoring: a significant opportunity to improve the experience of prostate cancer patients at Leicester’s Hospitals
The InfoFlex Remote Monitoring system has enabled the Urology department at Leicester’s Hospitals to go a significant way towards providing the care closer to home that was envisioned in the NHS Five Year Forward View (2014).