NEUSS, Germany, October 1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
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EMR systems (Electronical Medical Record) incorporate all relevant patient health and treatment data; central data access enables optimal data management by authorized clinic staff, doctors and medical staff. This improves not only the workflow but also the quality of treatment and patient safety. Despite the multitude of benefits provided by integrating such systems, integration in European healthcare is almost nonexistent.
By implementing such an all-encompassing EMR system in a Slovenian clinic, the German software developer, ClinicAll Germany, and the Slovenian market leader for clinic information systems, SRC Infonet, have together taken a pioneering step towards the future of digital hospitals. Currently, 180 ClinicAll bedside terminals have been installed in a Slovenian clinic - an innovative solution based on Windows 8 enabling every hospital room to have direct access to the modern media world and full integration in the hospital's own HIS.
This solution kills two birds with one stone. Patients can enjoy IPTV, Internet via a web browser, video on demand (VoD), VoIP telephony and access to current news, weather forecasts, online games, clinic and treatment information and more. All this can be used via the touchscreen and the convenient and intuitive Windows 8 user interface.
In parallel, medical staff use the same bedside terminal to access all relevant medical data in the restricted area. This provides all staff with seamless help and support during the entire medical therapy and treatment. The flexible documentation and data provision gives the entire staff direct access to the respective patient's up-to-date medical information, which can even save lives.
Thus, by offering this one-of-a-kind solution, ClinicAll and SRC Infonet are setting new standards in the healthcare sector for efficient medical treatment and great patient comfort.
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