It can be said that your new patient management system will facilitate you with many things. It is up to you to find a system that works just the way you wished. The system integrates several key features that help to run the day-to-day operations of the hospital. The system can handle hospital information including inpatients, palliatives, patient information, pharmacy record, physician availability, billing process and payment to various staff.
Important modules in the hospital management system:
Registration and Inquiry: The module collects and stores the patient’s complete and relevant details. The Front Desk Pressure is effective in handling problems and all inquiries regarding patient enrollment, appointment scheduling and appointment, physician availability and patient details.
Billing Module: The Billing Module looks at different types of billing in a hospital. This module simplifies complex billing operations when dealing with patients. It provides an ideal way to track inpatient and at patient billing.
Appointment & queue management: This is an effective approach for scheduling patient appointments, helping nurses and physicians see the time slots available, and helping hospital staff to split appointments with physicians. The module helps with scheduling all patient appointments with physicians. Creating an appointment is also taken care of when the doctor is on vacation or unavailable.
Operational Theater Management: The module tracks all types of operations and surgeries in the hospital. It helps to schedule the theatrical and surgical details and to outline the necessary surgical requirements. From the schedule of surgeries, operational / surgical details are recorded to the surgery checklists.
Duty Roster Management: This module maintains a working hour schedule for nursing staff, including doctors, pharmacists, technicians and office staff. It manages the staff rotation of the staff and helps the individual to report the workload.
Nursing and Ward Management: The module assists nursing or ward staff and helps them manage their wards on one floor. Hospitals provide a bed management module that can effectively monitor bed availability, thereby reducing patient waiting times. This ensures the comfort for nurses to provide and support improved patient care.
Accident & Emergency Management: The module has the facility to send alerts to relevant departments, capture relevant information about the patient’s condition, and help plan further treatments for the patient. This module helps determine the effective services of the emergency & accident department and other patient care services. With these basics in mind, it makes sense to check more details about the system before you invest in one.