Mobile solutions are proving pivotal to community health care. The AMS mobile platform delivers work place efficiencies by enabling smart, fast, secure flows of real time information between health professionals in the field, patients, clinicians in hospitals, and Patient Administrations Systems. It provides real time patient information to clinical teams – anywhere, anytime.
Digitising data collection on mobile devices has multiple benefits. It removes both the need for clinicial field staff to travel to a base clinic to hand in paper or pick up files, and/or manually entering data. Using AMS, Community staff can also achieve secure mobile peer review signoff before data enters Patient Administration systems.
Data Collection time per visit reduced by 40%
Mobile peer review for timely clinical sign off ensuring data varacity before entering Patient Administration System.
Reduced need to travel to Base start/end of the day leaves increased time for Patient care with fewer work stations required.
Data securely transferred from mobile device to Patient Administration systems and vice versa. This eliminates manual data entry and gives immediate access to erveyone of the latest information.
Process Improvement. Initially, existing “forms” are digitized. Then, both the Clinicial Users and the IT staff, review and identify improvements. These can include adding on device validation and specific formulae for ensuring the accuracy of the data collected.
Direct Savings of approx 20% of the Clinicians time previously used for manual data entry and “forms” prep before visits. This alone has been calculated at NZ$5000 per Clinician per year.
Mobile Health Solutions at Taranaki District Health Board
“Enabling our clinicians, who work in the community, through the ‘anywhere, anytime’ mobile technology of AMS has realised many benefits; our public health nursing team is now much more connected in their working day, they can access patient information securely and generate patient encounter information in real time,”
Ngaio Crook, CIO, Taranaki District Health Board, New Zealand
New Zealand Health Partners
If you have an existing software product and would like to add a mobile component without the hassle of developing and deploying your own mobile application, consider using AMS.
You can have access to the system for free during development, and once deployed you can manage your application’s AMS templates for your clients, so they don’t have to do anything. There are revenue sharing possibilities.