Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital is one of the leading healthcare facilities in the region. Birmingham Women’s hospital provides a range of specialist health care services to more than 50,000 women, men and families each year. As one of only two dedicated women’s hospitals in the UK, they deliver more than 8,200 babies a year. Moreover, their city centre-based children’s hospital is a leading UK specialist paediatric centre, offering expert care to more than 90,000 children and young people from across the country every year.

The Challenge

The hospital’s existing paper-based documentation system was burdened with complexities. It not only consumed valuable time and resources but also necessitated extensive training for staff members, which impacted on overall productivity. Recognising the need for a more streamlined, user-friendly approach, the hospital sought the expertise of Kinseed.

The Solution

Kinseed introduced MediLog, a cutting-edge digital solution designed to revolutionise documentation processes within healthcare institutions. MediLog provided Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital with a seamless transition to a paperless system.

Key Benefits

Time and Resource Savings:

The implementation of MediLog resulted in significant time and resource savings. The hospital no longer needed to allocate extensive hours to manage paper-based records. This allowed staff members to redirect their efforts towards more critical patient care activities.

Simplified Workflow:

MediLog streamlined the hospital’s documentation workflow. The intuitive interface required no extensive training, enabling staff to adapt to the new system seamlessly. This simplified process led to improved efficiency in data management.

Enhanced Accessibility:

The digital platform of MediLog ensured that medical records were accessible with just a few clicks. This accessibility led to quicker decision-making and more efficient patient care.

Reduced Environmental Impact:

By going paperless, the hospital made a positive contribution to environmental sustainability. The reduction in paper usage and printing contributed to a greener, eco-conscious healthcare facility.


The implementation of MediLog brought about a transformative shift in the operational efficiency of Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital. The transition to a paperless system not only saved valuable time and resources but also simplified workflows and improved accessibility to critical medical records. The success of this implementation stands as a testament to the innovative solutions provided by Kinseed.