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The Medanets mobile solutions have been developed based on customer needs. Our key focus areas are patient safety, workflow efficiency, cost reduction and care provider experience. Every feature and characteristic of the app is designed to make healthcare work easier by reducing the burden of documentation and duplication, and delivering efficient decision making.
The app releases time to care. It helps healthcare professionals save lives.
With Medanets, even network shortages do not compromise care: the app works offline. The content, such as terminology and instructions are also customisable.
Supporting a smooth care workflow
At the beginning of my shift, I check the overall situation of the patients on the ward on the app. I also filter the list to see my patients’ statuses. I can quickly see whose condition is stable, and who needs more clinical attention. To be on top of my care activities during the shift, I check them on the mobile too – it seems patient in room 1 needs his medication now. It’s such a relief not having to memorise everything!
I’m always on the move but luckily so is the data about my patients. For example, I can easily see what the latest vital signs of the patient were and if the patient has any allergies. Now, let’s record new observation values straight to the EHR. Just a few clicks and there they are! My colleagues can see them right away. No more notes in my pockets, no more duplicated or delayed entries.
How are my patients really doing? I complete nursing assessments, such as Braden Risk Assessment and Morse Falls Risk Assessment by the bedside on the app to identify potential risks simmering beneath the surface. But hey, what’s happening here, the patient appears to be doing well, but has a high Early Warning Score?! The app prompts me to escalate this concern and complete further assessments like sepsis screening. I can complete both actions straight away from the app.
The sepsis screening result seems alarming too! Thankfully this information was directly shared with my colleagues and added to their worklist. Help is on the way as we can escalate patient care immediately!
It’s time for medication administrations. I always have up-to-date information and instructions about a patient’s medication at my fingertips. I can also document a patient’s medication administration on the mobile app quickly and safely. These are vital parts of patient care on the ward! Through positive patient and medication identification, I ensure the medication is right at the time of administration.
In my work, there are many situations where it is important to get quick confirmation or have information shared with the right people. I don’t want to end up calling around or finding the right doctor. Therefore, I use instant messaging to connect with my colleagues. Information between us is relayed in real time and as a bonus I can link clinical content to the chat. A screenshot of the most recent values in a graph format, for example. To reach my colleagues, I can also raise a task through the worklist feature of the app. How convenient!
Phew – what a day! A lot happened. Fortunately, the EHR and mobile app communicate to each other, and relevant patient information is shared in real time. I also wrote short care notes on mobile throughout the shift. There’s no need for handwritten post-it notes with patient data to be left in my pocket. The care activities that were on my list will be shown to the nurses taking over the care after my shift ends. I can go home knowing that patients are well looked after.
The mobile app provides me easy access to patient demographics and previously documented clinical information. It gives me more holistic and contextual awareness of my patients. In the fast-paced Emergency Department, it also saves me time to be able to enter new data directly in the patient record with minimal effort.
I take care of my patients and discover potential risks when completing nursing assessments at bedside on the app. In the Emergency Department, a patient’s condition can change quickly. While I enter values and let the app assess pain and calculate EWS, Glasgow coma scale and complete other nursing assessments at the point of care, I get evidence-based clinical guidelines. I also get prompts to complete further assessments such as sepsis screening and can escalate patient care immediately after the documentation. This has saved lives!
I can quickly and easily consult a clinician from outside the ED, which increases efficiency and mobility. The mobile app connects me and my colleagues in a secure and robust manner so that information is relayed between us in real time. I can reach them by adding a task to their worklist, sending an instant message, or by making a phone call.
There will be no gaps in the care when the patient is admitted to the hospital as an inpatient. Ward nurses can continue from where me and my ED colleagues handed over the care. All patient data we recorded is already available for decision making at the ward and handing over the patient becomes seamless. This enables better information access, improves patient safety and outcomes, and accelerates responses if the patient’s condition deteriorates.
Verify, tick off and save. Before and during the surgery, I use mobile safety checklists to accurately complete safety checks. These checklists can be about room and equipment set up but, more importantly, about planned patient care. I can start filling a checklist and my colleague can finish it. All checklists that are filled in and saved on the mobile app are transferred directly to the EHR, even when the list is not yet complete.
At one glance, I get a full picture of the overall situation of my own customers’ status. Anytime during the shift, I can check my updated assignments and tasks from the app without having to memorise everything. This helps my day tremendously!
The mobile app provides me easy access to up-to-date patient demographics and previously documented clinical information. Now, let’s record new observation values straight to the EHR. Just a few clicks and there they are! My colleagues at the hospital and health centre can see them right away. No more notes in my pockets, no more duplicated or delayed entries.
In the event of poor Wi-Fi connectivity, the information is saved until there is connectivity again and information can be sent to EHR.
Assessments at the point of care
How are my customers really doing? The app helps me evaluate and assess customer condition more proactively. I can detect customer’s deteriorating condition as well as any other risks faster by documenting assessments such as pain, falls, skin, vital signs and functional ADL’s at the point of care.
I get scores, evidence-based guidelines and prompts to complete further assessments immediately after the documentation. The early intervention can prevent the customer from ending up at the emergency room or in hospital.
At the customers home the mobile app connects me with the health centre doctor in a secure and robust manner. I can get advice in a timely manner.
We can share customer information quickly and easily. No middleman is required, and the doctor can acknowledge the message directly as soon as possible.
I feel supported providing care at the customers home and the customers do not have to be sent to the Emergency Department to queue.
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