Improving healthcare quality and access while controlling costs as populations age, life expectancy increases and public expenditure on healthcare grows are a few of the main challenges for healthcare organisations across the globe.
How to transform processes and drive internal efficiencies to enhance patient careSee how others conquered this challenge
How document capture can help the NHS be paperless by 2020See how others conquered this challenge
The Government has said the NHS must find more efficient ways of working to reduce costs, increase productivity and improve relationships with patients. Capturing information at the point of care helps achieve that goal.
By leveraging its expertise in providing intelligent solutions to capture, recognise, extract, manage, and securely exchange, medical information, Kodak Alaris clients are getting ahead of the paperless challenge.
The immediate benefits of resolving the paper problem can be clearly seen: a greener environment, greater cost savings and improved patient care. An NHS equipped for the 21st century.
The decision to relocate Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s central HR function to new premises in Cowley, Oxford, made digitising all HR records, a pressing requirement.
We are confident that the return on investment on this initiative will be very strong.
With 90,000 new patients registered every year, the number of records was growing exponentially. The Trust knew that its labor intensive paper process was outdated and needed to be replaced with a more efficient solution.
Once we had been trained on the Kodak Scanners, they proved to be reliable, fast, hassle free with excellent image quality.
Every local health authority to be ‘paper-free’ by 2020.
Every day, care is held up and patients are kept waiting while an army of people transport and store huge quantities of paper round our healthcare system.
The hospital has made the transition to a digital workflow to streamline the records management process andhelp the staff maintain a high level of care in a demanding healthcare environment.
A Alaris scanner solution was recommended because of the reputation for reliability, and ability to integrate and work faultlessly with
North Bristol's Paper-Lite strategy involves scanning hundreds of thousands of patient records.
Every day, care is held up and patients are kept waiting while an army of people transport and store huge quantities of paper...This approach is past its sell by date.
Clinicians were concerned that finding case notes often took too long, delaying important information needed for patient consultations. See how Kodak Alaris successfully streamlined the process of making information available.
Kodak Alaris scanners can handle large volumes and are extremely robust.