See how Induction is currently being used

Induction is used by healthcare professionals around the world to connect with the people and information they need, collaborate and communicate securely.

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Dr Olivia Dunscombe

Foundation Doctor, Kingston Hospital

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Dr Josh Hodgson

Paediatrics Trainee, Royal London Hospital

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Location based extensions

A single place for all the numbers and bleeps that you need to connect with healthcare professionals working in your hospital.

The numbers are ‘crowdsourced’ by health professionals in every hospital, which means the directory is regularly updated.

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Call colleagues directly from your phone

The ‘Quick Dial’ function also allows you to respond to bleeps by calling the extension number straight from your phone.

This removes the need to wait for a telephone to become available and also allows you to answer when on the move in complex clinical environments.

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Crowdsourced by your hospital

All health professionals within any hospital can contribute to Induction’s ‘crowdsourced’ directories so anyone can contribute to, and benefit from, the data for their hospital.

This means the extensions and pager numbers for each hospital are constantly updated so you can quickly search for the people you need and get the most accurate information.

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Private codes & numbers

Induction can also be your personal store for private numbers and codes which are held locally in the app and only available to you.

This is useful for private numbers you may not want to share, for example, mobile numbers and also means codes for locked cupboards on the ward or the codes for office doors can be stored securely.

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Switch hospitals easily

You can also switch hospitals at any time if you need to contact someone at a different hospital or you are starting work in a new location.

You can also keep a number of hospitals and workspaces in your list of hospitals so you can access them easily whenever you need.

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Communicate securely with instant messaging

Messages can be sent securely with Induction’s instant messaging which was built specifically for healthcare. The security is high enough that you can discuss patient information.

  • Messages are encrypted in transit and at rest.
  • Messages delete after 30 days.
  • Data is stored on servers based in the country your hospital is in.
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Read receipts & reply features

Induction has a variety of features that make it easy to use and have confidence in for secure clinical messaging.

You can see who has read your messages in 1-2-1 messages or in groups and you can reply directly to messages sent by colleagues to ensure communication is clear and transparent.

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Share images securely

Induction allows secure messaging of photos and other images you need to share. These images will be stored within Induction and will not be held on your device’s camera roll or link to your personal cloud backups for your phone.

Image sharing is particularly useful in image focused specialties where images can support remote clinical decision making.

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No links to your cloud storage

Induction allows secure messaging of photos and other images you need to share. These images will be stored within Induction and will not be held on your device’s camera roll or link to your personal cloud backups for your phone.

Image sharing is particularly useful in image focused specialties where images can support remote clinical decision making.

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We take security seriously…

Security must be at the highest level in a secure instant messenger used in healthcare. With Induction, you can feel confident discussing patient identifiable information and sending messages securely.

Verified Users

In the UK, users are verified using the GMC, NMC and HCPC. In Australia, all users must be AHPRA registered. Set up also requires multi-factor authentication to confirm user identification.

Encrypted Messages

All messages are encrypted in transit and rest by a zero knowledge encryption protocol using 256-bit to encrypt data whilst also ensuring messages can only be read by recipients. Messages will automatically delete after 30 days.

Secure Image Sharing

Photos and images are also encrypted in transit and rest and will not be stored on your device.

Biometric & Pin Protection

Induction requires FaceID, TouchID or pin code to enter the messaging section of the app and lost phones can be remotely wiped so that access cannot be gained to confidential information.

Storing Data Securely

Your user and patient data is stored securely in the country your hospital is based in. In the UK, data is stored on HSCN/N3 servers which are the servers recommended by the NHS.

Highest Security Rating

Induction received the highest security rating following external penetration testing.

Trusted by our users

“Induction has been the biggest positive impact to my daily clinical practice as a junior doctor. It’s user friendly with bleeps and documents that remove the extra level of stress when on-call”

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Dr Alex Bunn

Junior doctor, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust

“When doing resident on calls, Induction is invaluable for quickly contacting people at multiple different hospitals, often when I am an off site. It saves me so much time and ultimately improves care.”

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Dr Sonia Rafferty

Specialty registrar London North West Hospitals NHS Trust

"As a Locum SHO working across a number of trusts, Induction is invaluable. Every day it saves me time and improves efficiency as a result; no matter which hospital I'm based in."

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Dr Henry Roscoe

Junior doctor, Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust

“Induction is probably THE essential app for all hospital doctors. I use it on a daily basis and would be genuinely lost without it!”

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Dr Christian Hesford

Junior doctor, University College London Hospitals NHS Trust

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