Digitalization -The Future of Health Care
A healthcare content management strategy addresses the two primary types of information created and used by a healthcare organization: structured clinical data and unstructured clinical data. Structured clinical data such as lab results, problem lists, and admission/discharge documentation, imaging reports, electronic prescribing records and physician consult notes etc.
On the other hand, unstructured information—medical images, videos, photos, emails, faxes, invoices and scanned documents, whether paper based or digitized—typically resides in department-specific systems, presenting challenges. Much of this information comes from outside the organization, making management complicated and time-consuming.
Hospitals manage abundance of billing information and medical records in the day to day activities .Over the years, it become difficult for the physicians to retain and retrieve the patient records.
Maintaining and processing paper based document is time consuming.
Difficulties in tracking patient document.
Document collaboration was tedious due to constant hard copy management and unorganized process of archival.
SmartDocs is an optimal solution which incorporates document management, enterprise medical image viewing, and output management solutions to provide healthcare professionals with complete information anytime, anywhere.
Centralized record keeping and improved collaboration
SmartDocs converts paper documents to digitized files which can be stored in central, searchable data repository. As a result records are no longer misplaced or lost. Centralised access to the documents make collaboration much easier, nurses, doctors, specialists, and even the billing department can have access to same records from any device which improves patient care.
Retrieving documents in SmartDocs takes a matter of seconds. Quick searching facility enables the administrator’s, doctors to retrieve medical record in few seconds, leaving them more time for spending on value-added functions. Multiple departments can access the same records simultaneously; even users can make changes to same records without creating incompatible edits.