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Dell Medical Records Digitisation

Dell Medical Records Digitisation


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Medical Record Digitization

Storing paper costs more than you think
The NHS has a requirement to store and retain a large number of paper records, including Patient Medical Records, A&E Records and other documents that falls within the scope of the Freedom of Information Act (FoI). With regards to Patient Medical Records, retention periods can vary from 8 years to more than 33 years, costing significant money in terms of rental space to physically store paper, having to reconfigure hospitals to allow for storage space and the staff costs of handling paper records.

Paper can only be in one place at one time
When you have multiple site trusts to manage it is difficult when a paper record can only be in one place at one time. For clinicians, if there is no paper record available there is the potential for a poor patient experience and potentially a serious clinical error. Paper records can also be damaged, plus handwriting and illegibility cause problems and potentially fatal errors, not to mention that paper records have no search functionality.

Dell’s Medical Records Digitisation Solution for better patient care
Dell’s Medical Records Digitisation solution on a high level comprises storage hardware, software, back scanning and comprehensive consultancy services. Perhaps most importantly, the components can be delivered as a complete solution or as individual pieces to fit around your existing infrastructure, as well as being future-ready to scale to other departments and record formats.

  • Help ensure the integrity of your patient records, reduce harmful errors
  • Sophisticated search, single content management solution
  • 24/7 access at the point of care
  • Compliance with government retention requirements, reduces costs associated with the FoI
  • Securely store records and back-ups with stringent access controls
  • Sharing amongst departments for collaboration and Integrates with other NHS systems
  • A first step to enable full Records Management (EMR)
Dell starts with a free whiteboard workshop
Dell’s workshop assesses your existing Medical Records environment and helps Identify the size of the challenge, hard and soft savings areas. This workshop, design, assessment, implementation (WADI) methodology is lead by a team of experts in technology and business process, but more importantly they are former clinicians, physicians, nurses, and administrators to ensure that you receive the right solution for your environment with real-world insights, collaboration, deployment and training. Call your dedicated healthcare account executive today to set up your whiteboard workshop appointment. Click here

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