As per reports, it has been revealed that Frimley Park Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in Surrey has come with a new technique, which will add on to its existing paperless office and mobile care strategies. It has been found that they have got a new electronic portal, which will handle patients' data portals.
Clinicians will be given access to core clinical applications, by which they will able to manage the confidential information of patients. The technique will help the hospital in maintaining the patients' record at a safer place, and they would have to look out for them at the time of need.
Mike McSweeney, who is Associate Director of informatics at Frimley Park Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, said, "With our clinicians able to spend more time on their core competencies we can reduce costs through protecting investment in existing systems, while establishing a paperless system throughout the hospital".
He further affirmed that it is not at all complicated to log in to the system and one just have to sign in and he will be able to use the features of the system. Clinicians will be able to use six different features of the new deployment and that too within six months.
The six features will be patient demographics, information from accident and emergency units, waiting list, real-time admission discharge and transfer and images from the picture archiving as well as from the communications system used in the hospital.
The system will be first deployed in those areas, which need greater attention. After seeing its performance, it will be installed in other places.
Dr Mark Lloyd, who is Royal College of Physicians tutor at the trust, said that continuous advancement is making things easier. Such facilities will help healthcare professionals to fulfill their responsibility in a better way.
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