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Patient Care - Case Study


Benefits


Mark England admits there were concerns with being among the first to adopt Windows 8 technology. OCSL’s support was needed to handle the complexity of integrating different application vendors, but ultimately the solution has delivered beyond expectations:


• Improved session persistence for clinicians between different locations and devices


• Delivered faster access to clinical information, saving time on ward rounds and improving patient care experience, even at the bedside


• Facilitated the roll-out of tablet devices and BYOD, delivering organisational change and transforming user expectations


• Reduced strain on IT helpdesk: fewer calls allows more time to focus on delivering high-value IT projects


• Reduced time to launch applications by 90 per cent • Saved clinicians 30 minutes per day on average from multiple password retrieval and securing a PC device • Simplified password count, on average from eight to one


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Summary Luton & Dunstable Hospital: At A Glance


• Patient population 315,000 • Number of staff: 4,000 • 2604 are clinical staff (excludes Administrative and Clerical, Estates and Ancillary and Students)


• Manages 400 new doctors and students Per annum • 29 junior doctors a year • 68,000 inpatient admissions • 240,000 out-patient appointments • 700 beds • Reduced time to launch applications by 90 per cent


• Saving clinicians 30 minutes per day on average • Simplified password count, on average from eight to one


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HOSPITAL & HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT VOL. 3 ISSUE 3 August 2014


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