ERP system to manage daily processes, patient and utilization of medical equipment
Our Experience developing an ERP system for a leading hospital in Japan.
Customer Profile:Our Client is a leading provider of healthcare service based out of Japan. They are into general medical services and provides surgical facilities for patients across Japan. Guided by the needs of their patients and their families, they deliver exceptional care grounded in leading-edge research, advanced treatment offerings, and the latest clinical trials. They are focused on helping people live healthier lives while making the health system work better for everyone and empower people with the information, guidance, and tools to make personal health choices.
Problem Statement:Managing and storing critical information regarding patients and keeping track of daily processes along with the utilization of medical equipment in the hospital is a humongous task when curated manually. Implementing tailor-made ERP software for the hospital helps put healthcare professionals, insurance companies, and patients under one umbrella and centralizes all of the information.
Project Background:Our client is in need of an ERP System that helps the hospital to collect, store, manage, and interpret data of all patients, so they can easily keep track of daily processes, patient management, and utilization of medical equipment in the hospital and thereby improving the quality of service provided to patients.
- Data integration
- Data quality
- Data Security
Technology:Development language: Java Database Server: MySQL File Storage: AWS S3 Hibernate Content Delivery: AWS CloudFront
Solution:Innovature suggested an ERP platform that ensures better monitoring of processes in various departments and thereby improves the quality of service provided to patients. Thus, directly contributing to the operational efficiencies, reducing inventory, labor costs, bettering communication and information flow among various departments, and providing correct and timely care. Unlike many conventional industries, missing or inaccurate information can cost people’s lives in the healthcare sector.
- Easier Access to Medical Records.
- Patient’s Confidentiality.
- Smarter Business Intelligence.
- More Accurate Cost Monitoring.
- Simplified Industry Compliance.
- Reduced Operational Cost.
- Streamed Process Integration.
- Improved Patient Safety.