Conquering the final steps to a fully digital medical information system
Medical practitioners face increasing pressure to improve their services. Technological advances
have helped in many facetsof hospital administration, but there are still many areas that are missing out on this new surge of high technology.
Indeed, the potential advantages of closing technology gaps is twofold.
The most obvious is the organization offered by systems that are computerized. But there’s
another benefit that’s of interest. Doctors who give more time to patients are seen as better doctors overall. According to this New York Times article, "Doctors are more likely to be sued if patients feel they are rude, rush visits or fail to answer questions."
The article also linked doctor’s poor bedside manner to lawsuits. Smoothing workflow and
digitizing gives back time todoctors and allows them to dedicate more time and attention to patients. Better technical and perceived care, happier patients and happier hospital staff.
This case study outlines how we helped our customer provide the se benefits to their clients.