improve patient care

The right information, to the right clinicians, at the right time.

Quris ensures clinicians have instant access to your latest hospital guidelines, protocols, handbooks and much more, through mobile, web and EHR platforms.

Right information

Know that your clinicians are accessing the most current hospital guidelines, protocols, handbooks and other clinical resources.

Right clinicians

Create groups of relevant guidelines, calculators, care pathways and more, so that clinicians see only what is useful to them.

Right time

Ensure access to these resources can be done at any time, from any device, both online and offline. On the go and at the bedside!

Designed by clinicians for clinicians

Quris allows organizations to manage and distribute useful resources and tools to doctors, nurses and support staff. Resources can include almost anything...

  • Handbooks
  • Guidelines
  • Protocols
  • Algorithms
  • Contact lists
  • Clinical decision aids
  • Dosage calculators
  • Care pathways
  • Procedures/Policies
  • Pre/Post Checklists

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  • The Polypharmacy guidance medical app is a great tool for providers caring for geriatric patients or any patient on “too many” medicines. The polypharmacy app is ideal for patient care teams involving a geriatrician and/or pharmacist who can sit down for an extended session with the patient and their family for a comprehensive medication review.

  • Antimicrobial Companion is a fantastic free medical app for NHS Scotland providers that truly promotes antibiotic stewardship. The medical app includes helpful dosage calculators for inpatient providers, antibiotic guidelines for primary care and is customizable to match local antibiotic resistance patterns.

  • We have been using Quris to deliver educational and decision support to junior doctors within NHS Lothian, Scotland since 2015.

    Dr Simon Edgar MD, MBChB, FRCA, MScMedEd, FAcadMED - Director of Medical Education

    NHS Lothian

  • Working with Tactuum and the Quris platform allowed us to deliver critical resources to doctors in Out of Hours services.

    Dr Oliver Prescott

    NHS Lothian