Patient sanitary document management
- The main goal was to create a management solution for all patient information during his/her hospitalization. That would help to keep all the information under control and to reduce time and paperwork.
What was achieved:
- the introduction of the new solution led to a reduction in the volume of paper workflow;
- it raised the speed and increased the quality of work of medical personnel;
- now all the patients’ accompanying documents are managed and stored in one place.
The PSD – Patient Sanitary Document, is a complex system composed of many information pieces that can be for example: general information, family sanitary history, pathologic sanitary history, examination results, visit results, and other information.
The application allows to manage the PSDs to the fullest right from the beginning, from the patient’s registration, through each phase of his treatment, and till the release. Different phases (for example, patient admission or laboratory analysis) will require interaction with third-party applications, such as apps with laboratory tests or other medical systems. That’s necessary for the PSD application to retrieve and record all the patient’s information.
The system includes the following features:More
The new application provides all the necessary features for the management of various functional areas of a hospital. With this solution it is possible to cover, from an application point of view, the entire clinical path of a patience inside a hospital.
After the new application was developed, it became not only easier to book a place in the hospital, but also get a better care and treatment for patients.
Now at any time, both doctors and customers can see all the necessary documents and the patient's medical history without spending a lot of time on it.
Java, Hibernate, JSF, Primefaces, Spring Security, HL7, Oracle
Our customer is the european network of state medical hospitals, that pays lots of attention to its patients.
The more people visit clinics and register for an appointment, the more forces and resources are spent on it. This situation led to the idea of creating a solution, that will significantly affect the improvement of quality and speed of treatment of patients.