The decisions taken by the healthcare administration in relation to both the current operation of healthcare enterprises and their future development are based on certain types of management information, with a lack or surplus of such information entailing management issues. CROC has all of the required knowledge and qualifications to implement information systems to collect, consolidate, and analyze information about the population's health and the operations of healthcare organizations.
The implementation of an information system in a healthcare facility provides management with the benefits offered by electronic medical health records and access to a healthcare quality management tool:
To establish medical information systems, CROC offers MedAnalysis, a proven automated information system that complies with the strictest contemporary standards. The MedAnalysis automated information system supports healthcare quality management and highly efficient operation of either the regional healthcare system as a whole or individual healthcare institutions (both outpatient and inpatient).
The MedAnalysis system is a tool which improves healthcare institution medical and economic performance.
Healthcare quality management
Functionality of the MedAnalysis system supports collection and analysis of the following data:
Effective decision-making by managers
The MedAnalysis system provides complete and accurate health information about the population, operations of healthcare institutions, the effectiveness of treatment and prevention, and availability and use of labor, material, and financial resources by healthcare institution(s). Analysis of this data is key to effective management decisions related to the use of economic and medical resources in the healthcare sector.
Financial analysis of medical services
The information system records all medical services rendered and can be used to calculate healthcare institution profitability in each medical case.
Real-time access to information
All medical information about patients, treatment, and diagnostics, including medical analysis results, are available to the doctor at his/her workplace.
The system displays patient data in a user friendly format (as it is usually presented in medical records) and also supports multiple information breakdowns, such as by admission date or medical staff involved. In addition, the doctor can find required data in an electronic medical record in seconds, including laboratory analysis results and other diagnostic tests.
Reducing medical errors and eliminating redundant prescriptions
Templates can be used to develop screening and prescription plans and to identify the optimal patient management strategy. Screening and treatment templates are created with the help of top industry experts and are easily adaptable. Therefore, the chances of a medical error decrease and the potential for superfluous prescriptions is eliminated as the doctor follows a mandatory list of diagnostic and treatment procedures.
Shortening screening and treatment periods
The MedAnalysis system provides intelligent support to a doctor, including automated development of a screening plan, distribution of diagnostic resources among doctors, advance scheduling medical checks, and provision of information on already completed checks directly to the doctor's workplace. Screening results are provided in an easy-to-understand form: any deviations are highlighted, and a control and reminder mechanism is implemented. In addition, doctors have an opportunity to use industry best practices when they develop a treatment plan for their patients and have easy access to patient management strategies tailored towards a certain healthcare institution, territorial division, or entire healthcare system.
Quality of healthcare documentation
The accuracy and completeness of healthcare documentation is ensured via streamlined data entry into an electronic healthcare record.
Streamlining prevention efforts
Case follow-up is provided with the required informational support (arrangement of visits and ward round routes) and periodic health assessments and clinical examinations can also be arranged.
Improved quality of healthcare services and a reduction in queuing and number of hospital visits is offered via optimal treatment and screening plans.