Since the beginning of November, the observation values measured from patients at North Kymi Hospital have been recorded wirelessly while with the patient.
Five wards in Hatanpää Hospital have been using the Medanets application for roughly a month now, recording an astonishing 39,000 mobile entries in that time. This means more than 150 hours of time savings each month for each ward.
Smartphones can be used to take and share clinical photos. However, photos of a patient cannot be taken or distributed without taking the correct information security measures.
The Lapland Central Hospital Emergency Clinic is utilising the Medanets application for the real-time recording of patient data, but also for automatic data transfers from patient monitors.
Turku University Hospital is piloting Medanets for Patients allowing haemodialysis patients to make measurements by themselves in their homes.
The Central Hospital of Päijät-Häme in Lahti implemented Medanets application in ten wards this fall. The mobile solution is expected to streamline work and improve patient safety.
This fall you can meet us at the following events: Park Annual, Hosit, ICT Forum by CGI and EHiN.
Utilising mobile devices in hospitals is in line with behavior associated with the technology of today. Bringing mobile devices into the hospital environment for the first time is not an easy task, however. This article describes how Medanets solutions are introduced in wards and how they are customised for various needs.
Later this year, Medanets will offer its customers the option of using its app on Apple iOS devices along with Android devices.
Medanets, the leading provider of mobile point-of-care software solutions in the Nordic countries, has appointed Stefan Sjögren as the Global Sales Director.