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Webinar summary: ‘Why do we need ePMA?’ with Duncan Cripps and Roko Malkoč

October 11, 2018 Jaka Kladnik
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Around 30% of negative drug effects are a consequence of a medication management error.[1] Electronic prescribing can prevent many of them.
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healthcare, paperless hospital, e-health, ePMA, OPENeP, e-prescribing, electronic prescribing

David Chalkley: ‘When implementing an ePMA system, you need to invest in a good team and establish as broad an ownership and engagement as possible’

October 01, 2018 Jaka Kladnik
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In 2013 David Chalkley joined the newly formed Musgrove Park Hospital digital team, established to support and prepare the trust through a digital transformation programme, including the implementation of an electronic prescribing system. Initially, he joined the digital programme to lead the selection of the e-prescribing system, working within a multidisciplinary team to assess the broader ...
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healthcare, paperless hospital, e-health, healthcare applications, ePMA, OPENeP

How to choose the right device for your hospital?

September 25, 2018 Jaka Kladnik
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 Information technology has made an immense impact on health care; it can help save lives, increase the efficiency of medical processes,improve patient outcomes and reduce hospital costs. The success of implementing an IT solution, such as ePrescribing,depends on selecting the right combination of devices.
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healthcare, paperless hospital, e-health, healthcare applications, ePMA, OPENeP

Electronic prescribing saves lives, so make the first step with a gap analysis

September 14, 2018 Božidarka Radović
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What if I told you that the transformation from paper-based to electronic prescribing could save lives?
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healthcare, paperless hospital, e-health, healthcare applications, vendor neutral archieve, clinical information system

Dr. Kalan: ‘The right healthcare applications can enhance hospital processes up to 50%'

August 20, 2018 Jaka Kladnik
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Marand had the honour of being part of a great change that the University Children’s Hospital Ljubljana (UCHL) went through – going from a paper-based to a paperless hospital. One of the specialists who guided us and the hospital during this process was a paediatrician, doctor Gorazd Kalan. He’s been a doctor for more than 26 years. He specialised in paediatrics and intensive care medicine and ...
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healthcare, paperless hospital, e-health, healthcare applications, IDCR, vendor neutral archieve

Paperless hospital: giving medical teams more time with patients

August 17, 2018 Anže Droljc
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 Each hospital is different. Surrounded by bustling nurses, pharmacists and doctors, beeping medical devices and all sorts of emergencies, patients can often feel like nobody gives them any real attention. Healthcare technology, despite all its benefits, complicates things even further and often makes medical teams act like clerks. Computers or tablets become yet another distraction, another ...
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healthcare, paperless hospital, Postmodern EHR, digital, openEHR, NHS Ecosystem

A CIO’s journey towards a paperless hospital starts with developing an IDCR

July 20, 2018 Jaka Kladnik
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We recently hosted a webinar with Andy Blofield, the CIO at University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust, responsible for both the delivery of operational IM&T services and an ambitious programme of digitisation. Mr. Blofield shared his perspective on setting up a single Integrated Digital Care Record. He believes an IDCR is a necessary step in the journey towards the stage 7 of the Electronic Medical ...
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Key takeaways from the ‘OpenEHR within a mature NHS Ecosystem – the Plymouth Perspective’ conference

July 02, 2018 Jaka Kladnik
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With Tomaž Gornik Co-chair, openEHR Foundation & CEO, Marand On April 18th, our CEO and Co-chair of the openEHR Foundation Tomaž Gornik gave a presentation at the ‘OpenEHR within a mature NHS Ecosystem – the Plymouth Perspective’ conference. Besides speaking himself he also attended the presentations of other speakers, so we asked him to give us a first-hand account of the event. The conference ...
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OPENeP, precision dosing, healthcare, paperless hospital

Towards the Right Dose of Precision Medicine

June 07, 2018 Emil Plesnik
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Determining the optimal medication dose for an individual patient is challenging, as no two patients are the same in the sense of drug absorption, distribution, and clearance. The dosing decision is a complex one, especially for medications with narrow therapeutic ranges, but also for patients with impaired physiological functions and comorbidities. To add to the challenge, clinicians now face ...
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OPENeP, medication management, Medication administration, Medication reconciliation discharge summary, EMRAM 6, comprehensive

The journey to a paperless hospital – The importance of having a proven rollout methodology

June 01, 2018 Anže Droljc
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When it comes to supporting healthcare with IT, having a great product is just one quarter of the puzzle. There are several reasons why vendors and care providers struggle when it comes to implementing and achieving a really good adoption of healthcare IT. Then there is also the challenge of what to do with a patient’s existing clinical data. And, since you are buying new software, this typically ...
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