|Company||Mongoose Search and Information Solutions|
HealthView - Unlocking and linking patient information across multiple hospital systems
HealthView is a Search-based Application designed for NHS Trusts, providing clinicians and hospital management staff with a user-friendly, near real-time, single portal view of information from multiple, disparate hospital systems. HealthView uses technology that recognises changing documentation such as patient discharge letters, anaesthetic scans and blood tests.
Designed with clinicians, for clinicians, HealthView finds information quickly, in near real-time, helps to avoid replication of procedures, prevents duplication and is scalable to the needs of large NHS Trusts.
HealthView’s other key benefit is to make the millions of scanned TIFF images of paper patient records stored in a hospital’s EDM system useable and available to search and view within the same portal, reconstituting the documents into their original format and categorising them accordingly.
This use of best-of-breed technologies makes a hospital Trust’s information searchable and viewable in a way never before achieved.
Key benefits include:
patient-centric harmonised portal view of data from multiple source systems
auto-categorisation of documents based on characteristics, e.g. anaesthetic records
removes the need to store paper patient records (storage costs, time efficiencies)
speed and accuracy of finding patient information greatly increased
avoid repeating procedures due to lack of availability of a patient’s data
unlocks information otherwise hidden in scanned images of records
views of data are tailored to clinicians’ roles, with appropriate security protocols
results can be instantly shared between clinicians
mobility - clinicians can access on the move
can feed and harmonise across multiple hospitals
maximises existing assets and avoids expensive data
scalable solution designed to incorporate new systems and data sources
search within structured (databases) and unstructured data (Word, TIFF images, etc)
improved patient safety and outcomes