Collect and centralize clinical documents to drive and monitor business operation workflow like your invoice approval, risk management, contract management.
Helps to supports your quality management, traceability and revenue cycle.
STREAMLINE PATIENT CARE
By providing simultaneous and ubiquitous access to patient information, less time is spent in searching for documents means more time for patient care.
As electronic versions are available there is less need for multiple paper copies, therefore consumables and their associated costs are also reduced.
The reduction of risks like fire, flood or any other related hazards is always high on your agenda.
The electronically stored critical documents can be backed up securing your data, regardless of the type of disaster.
Enables information from various healthcare players to converge into one structured database.
Problems caused by redundancy or any other data inconsistency, can be overcome very efficiently
IMPROVE RETRIEVAL TIME
Improve the efficiency of the clinicians by reducing the time taken to file, retrieve and re-file documents as well as full text search and indexations to complement the quick search functions.
REGIONAL HEALTHCARE ORGANIZATIONS
Supports the deployment of regional health projects by centralizing and sharing patient documentation produced by different hospitals.
Based on the standard IHE-XDS technological framework.
Enabling facilities to remove paper-based and film-based documentation by offering these only in an electronic format will reduce overall storage space needs significantly.
Supports Continuity of Care
HELPS CREATE A CLINICALLY RICH ‘VISUAL HEALTHCARE INFOGRAPHIC’ OF EACH PATIENT
ECM is an important building block for the hospital’s integrated care efforts. Having all the information available in one place is absolutely critical for collaboration and team-based care.
Connectivity with other Informations Systems
PROVEN TRACK IN CONNECTING HL7-COMPLIANT SYSTEMS
The platform also supports enterprise resource workflows such as integration into SAP ERP or Hospital Information Systems (HIS) and helps to acquire and archive digital documents in an auditable manner with direct links to the original source and an entry within the electronic patient record (EPR) .
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“The return on investment is clear”
“Time savings for nurses, limitation of exam duplication, improvement of productivity for the administrative staff, control of paper consumption and rationalization of the printing systems are a few of the examples which lead to a better resource management”
DR. PIERRE BALOUET Centre Hospitalier Mémorial France, États-Unis de Saint-Lô,
Centre Hospitalier de Coutances, France
“Our management decision making improved, now I have information on what is happening in the hospital in real time on my Apple iPad or smartphone. I can see graphs showing how long patients stay in the hospital in real time”
DR. JOSE MARIO TELES Technical Director,
Instituto de Gestão em Saúde (Gerir), Brazil
“Integrating the Enterprise Content Management solution will not only help us solve the issue of space and resources for storing documentation, but it will save time and effort for everyone – doctors, nurses and secretarial staff – and make their jobs easier”
“The solution is helping us to achieve our goal of maximizing our digitization. All of the medical software programs will directly send medical information to the Enterprise Content Managment system. This has already been implemented for the emergency module and the blood transfusion module; in the short-term, we will be adding reports from ophthalmology and radiotherapy, for example.”
DR. GERARD MOUGENOT Centre Hospitalier Emile Durkheim,
“For us, ECM is a unifier that offers us greater integration, bringing data from our IT infrastructure and HIS systems together with data from our medical applications into a superb database for our doctors and staff. “
PHILIPPE LAURENT Chief Technology Officer,
Hospital Alès-Cevennes, France
“Agfa HealthCare’s ECM is an important building block for the hospital’s integrated care efforts. Having all the information available in one place is absolutely critical for collaboration. We are moving towards a model of ‘team-based care’, with patient information coming from lots of different players. The ECM gives us a place to put all that information, so the teams can work together efficiently for the patient.”
COLIN CATT, Manager of information services Lennox & Addington County General Hospital,
Greater Napanee, Ontario, Canada