Digitise outstanding paper processes or replace legacy or disconnected digital processes
How it works
Are you still collecting patient assessments and clinical forms on paper?
No matter how far your organisation has progressed on its digital journey, it is highly likely that there will be paper left somewhere in the system. Even where functionality is due in the future, this can cause inefficiencies due to limitations in data capture and processing. Examples might be forms which are shared between departmental systems or outside of normal organisational boundaries. Stratus Capture is a quick and easy way to introduce digital solutions which can be fully integrated with existing IT systems. Besides the ability to create custom apps, the simple-to-adopt solution includes customer derived apps to address some of these common problems.
Are you still collecting ward and community audit data on paper or spreadsheets?
Even where clinical IT systems and robust record keeping exist, many organisations experience limitations when collecting non-clinical data. Inefficient and cumbersome spreadsheets and manual processes take up a disproportionate amount of time and effort, besides limiting the use of the data that has been collected. Stratus Capture is a simple and cost effective way to enable digital data capture. It improves the usefulness of collected data and enables more timely reporting.
Dementia assessment workflow
One use case has been met using Stratus Capture to address data collection for dementia patients. The app enables the collection, analysis and submission of the dementia workflow assessment. The lead dementia nurse is empowered with a central view of all data collected from different wards and locations. The data can be output to the relevant clinical system, or attached as a document.
Medical photography and file attachment
Another gap identified in the collection of digital data is addressed by the medical photo module. This enables clinicians to capture an image using the camera on a tablet or mobile device, which can then be published to the relevant clinical system in patient context. All necessary security and integration standards are handled by the app, providing a seamless experience for the user. This reduces the clinical risk associated with misplacing or incorrectly labelling printed images and maintains a visual record for easy comparison.
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