Maps visualises departments, rooms and care needs in dynamic floor plans and brings structure to the information overload in care organisations. It ensures that healthcare professionals no longer have to actively search for information, so that they can do their work more efficiently.
Maps in HiX
Maps can filter and map all desired information from the EPF in a well-organised manner. From logistical data and current patient data to department occupancy overviews, new lab results and urgent assignments. These dynamic floor plans are indispensable in the emergency room, OR and IC, but are also of great value at outpatient clinics, nursing departments or the psychiatric department. The interactive floor plans can be displayed centrally on the department on a large screen, but also on all computers and mobile workstations in the department.
Everything in order
At the emergency room, IC or OR it is important that the employees can see all actions concerning beds and patients at a glance. Which patient should be helped first? And is the patient in the waiting room, in the operating room, at the X-ray department or already home? In the nursing ward, nurses mainly want quick insight into their open duties, while planners want to know just-in-time which beds are available. In the waiting room at an outpatient clinic there is again a need for an overview of the waiting patients and waiting times. It is possible to adjust what HiX shows.
Every care provider immediately finds what they need because maps uses recognisable colours and icons. All green tasks, for example, have been carried out and the yellow coloured tasks are still open. Does the patient need medication? Then the icon of a pill immediately makes that visible. Even inexperienced computer users are able to quickly get information with maps. The system also encourages efficient work. In several hospitals, users almost consider it a game to try to get rid of all tasks with icons.
Maps prevent privacy-sensitive information from ending up in the wrong place. For each map you can set which practitioner or user group has access to which data. Doctors and nurses, for example, can each get a role-oriented view, fully tailored to their function. It is possible to determine in detail which actions users can perform with maps and to which information they have access.
Healthcare providers can perform actions directly from maps. Consider admitting, discharging or transferring patients. With a simple "drag and drop", patients can be moved on the screen from one bed to the other. Requesting an examination or scheduling an appointment is just as easy. All registrations are immediately stored in the right place in the EPF.
• Complete overview of care to be performed
• Visualisation of the progress of care processes
• Structure in the information overload
• Immediately perform actions