Healthcare Technology for the 2020’s
Modern healthcare professionals are demanding an increasingly high tech working environment to deliver high quality patient care.
And hospital management are under pressure to deliver.
Delivering high quality patient care starts by connecting data from admissions to discharge, and every step in between. The patient identity management and verification solutions we supply are built from a connected ecosystem of scanners, printers and supplies to help ensure treatments and medications are accurately administered, so the right patient gets the right care every time.
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Seamless Communication Between Practitioner and Pharmacy
Up To Date Patient Information Where it’s Needed
Part of our product range
Mobile and hand held computing
Scanning and Bar Code Labeling
The healthcare industry is facing many changes that pose new challenges to healthcare organizations big and small. In particular, the fast-evolving government regulations, technological innovations, and patient expectations create a new environment in which running a medical practice isn’t just about treating patients anymore.
Fast, Secure Communication for Nurses and Staff
Our healthcare communication solutions, including mobile computers, offer instantaneous delivery of important messages via secure text, voice and data amongst doctors, nurses and medical technicians.
With always-on mobile connectivity, your staff is in constant communication and can collaborate more effectively and quickly.
With integrated voice and data, mobile devices can save nurses 2 to 6 hours per week, increasing efficiency and job satisfaction.
Respond Promptly to Patient Needs
With a direct link to patient records, nurses are able to quickly address issues at the bedside, resulting in better patient outcomes.
Due to the highly sensitive patient information collected by healthcare organizations, the industry has become a prime target for cyber criminals. In 2017, the US medical and healthcare sector experienced over 350 data breaches, exposing 4.93 million patient records and the trend shows no signs of slowing down. In the first half of 2019, there already were 32 million patient records breached.
POPIA and GDPR (EU States) require that all entities that handle and store personal, private and confidential information must be able to show auditable proof that all possible precautions were taken in order to protect the information in their care in case of a breach.
All communication and data storage devices we supply have built-in data encryption that stands up to audit scrutiny.
In addition, SortedIT can also run in-house audits to test the current level of data protection and how well IT systems are protected against intrusion.