A case for change

We all know that we spend vast amounts of money and time collecting and storing data - and not enough time understanding and acting on it.

Modern EMRs save time and improve quality for clinicians by making the data most relevant for care intuitive to access and easy to use. The very best systems use clinical decision support to provide alerts for situations that require special attention.

The problem is nobody is doing the same for the hospital as a whole.

See. Change.
Emergency Department

Emergency Department

Do you know the length of stay required in each of your treatment areas for the ED system to have flow? And is this updated every five minutes based on today’s variation in demand?

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Beds (admitted patients)

Beds (admitted patients)

Can you see every admitted patient in your hospital right now at a glance and which patients are stranded, complex or have waited too long in each ward for the system to have flow?

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Surgery

Surgery

Do you know how long each doctor’s waitlist should be to ensure every patient is treated in clinically recommended times? Do you know which doctors have heavy and light order books and is this recalculated daily?

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Outpatients

Outpatients

Do you know how many outpatient appointments you need each week to see your present demand? And do you use this to set your clinic templates or simply do ‘what we’ve always done’?

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If you could see all this, what would change?

SystemView will give you the answers to all these questions and more, in real time, automatically and available to everyone.

A better view