Dutch Bravis hospital recently made the switch to version 6.2 of HiX, including the standard open content. This means that not just the hospital, but the hospital pharmacy as well, is better equipped than ever. Anneke Sprangers, hospital pharmacist at Bravis hospital, picks out two highlights relevant to her workflow. She also shares why and how she participates in several work groups working to further enrich HiX.
Remote patient monitoring from EHR HiX with a single click! As a result, patients no longer have to visit the hospital, saving the staff precious time that they can spend on those who really need it.
Wilhelmina Hospital implements EHR HiX with standard open content. With the switch to a standardised EHR, the hospital gives a strong impulse to important strategic themes, such as patient participation, easing registration burden, and digital cooperation with healthcare partners.
Dutch hospital group Gelre Hospitals adopts HiX as its new electronic health record. With the implementation of EHR HiX, they strongly commit to healthcare innovation and achieve many of their strategic goals for 2025.
In view of their vision for the future, Dutch Bravis hospital updated its EHR HiX. The new version of the software will provide the hospital with multiple benefits. For example, patients will have more control over their own care process and care providers will experience a reduction in the registration burden.
Belgian hospital AZ Delta uses software to fulfill its visions for the future. IT Manager Korneel Traen: “As a hospital, we have to innovate in order to maintain our relevance in the healthcare landscape. Our EHR HiX helps us tremendously with that.”
Every crisis provides the opportunity to re-evaluate our ways. The COVID-19 situation is no different and this pandemic has put the focus on our healthcare system. What has to change in the healthcare of the future? CEO Jan Flament and chief physician Dr Jos Opheide of the Belgian hospital Ziekenhuis Geel share their vision.
With the 'mijnzol.be' patient portal, the Belgian hospital Ziekenhuis Oost-Limburg (ZOL) gives patients more control over their own care process. This participation increases patient satisfaction and streamlines the healthcare process.
Belgian hospital Ziekenhuis Geel involved nurses in the shaping of electronic health record (EHR) HiX, as they comprise the largest share of end users. Ann Mertens, nurse manager of the Cardiology department, eagerly participated in this opportunity.
Just before the third corona wave hit, the Albert Schweitzer hospital rolled out the HiX Mobile app in the COVID department. Sjoerd de Boer (Project Manager I&A) and Esther van Es (Nurse and CNIO) were closely involved in the implementation process. They talk about the implementation and the workplace experiences.