HEALTHCARE ESTABLISHMENTS IN THE DIGITAL ERA!
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4 KEY STEPS TO SUCCESSFUL DEMATERIALISATION OF YOUR PATIENT RECORDS
Paperless records within healthcare establishments: not just a challenge, but a necessity.
Electronic patient record (EPR) systems now allow healthcare establishments (hospitals, clinics, healthcare centres, etc.) to access a patient’s electronic medical data using industry-based applications. Patient identification vigilance is guaranteed through secure handling by way of a unique patient classification system using permanent patient identification (IPP) numbers.
By investing in electronic archiving and the digitisation of physical archives, you no longer need to waste time classifying and searching for documents in archive rooms. You can keep track of all patient data and keep your medical records secure. Consolidate all your tools in one place! Centralise and secure all your documents and data from industry-based applications within your EPR system.
In this article, we offer advice on how to launch your digitisation project and make it a success. Our recommendations draw upon the experiences of Paris Saint-Joseph Hospital in its “successful transition to 100% digital” – just one of several testimonials waiting to be discovered.
PATIENT RECORDS: DISPENSING WITH PAPERWORK AND CLOSED SYSTEMS
For years, healthcare establishments have been managing patient medical records using a hybrid system that combines industry-based digital applications, allowing them to identify patients when they enter the establishment, and paper documents, for all other stages of the patient pathway (X-rays, tests, reports, etc.). The time has come to do away with such archaic management and dispense (at least to some extent) with paper.
With Law no. 2016-41 of January 2016 on the “modernisation of the French healthcare system” inciting establishments to form regional hospital groups (GHTs) and implement a shared strategy for patient management, the issue of dematerialisation and overhauling the existing methods of patient record management is back on the agenda. The idea is to determine how best to improve the quality of patient services, to ensure the quality and continuity of management between different establishments within the same group, and for hospital staff to improve the accessibility of information and save time by no longer having to navigate between physical documents and digital tools. As such, the real issue is: how to digitise and optimise the patient pathway from admission to release?