Due to the increasing demand on the health sector, health care institutions faced many problems in the continuous population growth, when the medical-health progress, the provision of medical care has become more complicated, so the old methods and techniques are useless.
Medical teams and doctors in clinics and health institutions have suffered from many problems such as the management disorder of clinics due to old, impractical techniques which obstruct doctors’ work, production, and care of their patients, and the wasting of doctors’ time in administrative processes instead of focusing on treatment and taking care of their patient, where it is required from doctors to navigate through different tasks; So there is one tool for electronic medical records, another tool for scheduling appointments and work, and another tool for searching information about drugs prescribed by doctors and other impractical tools that waste doctors’ time, so the doctors’ care of their patients declined, and created chaos in the clinic’s work system and health institutions.
Hence, this entire software had to be changed and the need to find practical and flexible solutions in cooperation with advanced technology systems such as CRPTON has become essential. Where CRPTON provides distinguished services starting from creating an organized collaborative work environment for the medical teams and fulfills its needs.
What are the medical teams’ needs in health and medical institutions?
Doctors and the medical teams most needs are flexible, integrated, and practical tools that simplify the communication and collaboration, make it easier to find and share information and reduce the burden of time-consuming tasks – all of that without compromising safety and privacy, since health care at clinics and institutions depends -most times- on the unsafe alternative of communication with suppliers. When doctors and patients use unsafe applications, patient privacy is at risk, and hospitals are at greater risk of violating their obligations and security.
Thus, health care workers often end up spending most of their time on administrative tasks as doctors enter and exit electronic health records systems 50 times every day, leaving less time to take care of the patients. Health care and medical institutions also need technologies that enable them to link information, people and processes across the health system while enhancing privacy and safety, improving the exchange of information, and filling gaps in the medical care system.
Well, what are the ways to fulfill these needs and solve problems?
Health care and medical organizations and institutions can improve medical care outcomes by creating a unified platform for all health care teams to communicate and collaborate seamlessly, and the platform can enable health staff to work together and share ideas safely, enhance decision-making, and simplify the progress of operational and clinical processes to help create better patient outcomes and the best health care. Also, technology partners can help facilitate a platform that promotes better coordination between staff, doctors, administrators, and patients and improves their work efficiency.