Rapid advances in technology has meant that the range of equipment used by a Hospital to provide the best care is growing at an expediential rate. The challenge is understanding the exact location of each asset especially with complex patients being treated cross-functionally. It is often reported that vital assets used to save patient lives go missing across within the hospital which leads to delays in patient treatment and extended hospital stays.
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Genesis Automation Helped Salisbury Improve Efficiencies
“Knowledge is power – not only does this provide us with a level of data and insight that can be used to better challenge clinical practice and variation, helping us to reduce inefficiencies and improve patient experience and outcomes – more importantly it ultimately helps to safeguard our patients from avoidable harm. In the event of a product recall, we can now easily and quickly track an affected product to the right patient.”
Tim Wells, Consultant Cardiologist, Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust
“Genesis provided excellent support throughout project implementation. The team have been very receptive to our requirements rather than ‘push’ the system onto us have fully supported the way in which we have implemented it. We are now in the process of implementing Patient Level Costing, with full support from Genesis to allow for engaging our theatre teams in the change in practice.”
Sue Colbeck, Head of Procurement Aintree University Hospital
“Before the new system was introduced we had no way of knowing exactly which patient had received which product. This meant if we’d had a product recall we wouldn’t be able to pinpoint which patients we need to contact. Understanding variations in costs will help us to standardise the way we work in theatre and become more efficient.”
Sonia Simpson, E Procurement Manager,Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching ?Hospitals
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