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“Adopting health care information technology is not a technical feat; it’s a feat of economics."

- David Brailer, National Coordinator for Health IT

 
Hospital

HealtheSys can seamlessly adapt and integrate the company products and systems with a hospital’s specific platforms. This minimizes investment on expensive infrastructure. It cuts cost to allow the hospital to focus on its core competency – treat and heal patients and gain patient satisfaction, which is the highest reward. It achieves efficiency and reduction in cost by eliminating dispersed information and poorly organized clinical data with easily accessible, accurate and portable automated patient information. It benefits the delivery process, primarily in:

  • Administrative
  • Billing
  • Decrease in wait time of inpatients and outpatients
  • Emergency - effective source of medical history when a patient arrives incommunicative.
  • Ambulatory

Phased deliverables make costs more manageable and sophisticated technology can integrate patient data from multiple sources. Bulk purchases push down the per-card cost, making it competitive. If an organization makes an investment in electronic health record, the cost of smart card add-on technology is not a significant amount. There is no recurring budget once installed.

The benefits fall into three broad categories:

Financial

Clinical

Organizational

Reduce Cost

Adhere better to clinical protocols

Reduce staff

Reduce Medical Errors

Streamline medical records

Central data repository

Reduce Defensive Medicine

Better use of drugs/lab services

Rapid access to information

Reduce Adverse Drug Events

Expedite treatment and recovery

Decrease malpractice litigation

Reduce Duplicative Tests

Share vital patient information between providers

Adhere to federal, state and organization standards

Higher patient volume

Shorten time spent with patient

Increase transaction volume

 
     
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