Process-relevant patient data is available in a structured form to all involved parties and enables optimal patient-specific treatment and care planning. This facilitates discharge management and increases the quality of treatment. At the same time, it relieves some of the burden on medical and nursing staff, leaving more time for treatment and communication with patients.
Digital processes not only make procedures safer and more efficient, they also improve communication. The exchange of medical as well as administrative and organizational information relieves the burden on staff, increases the quality of care, and provides security.
With proper education and time for questions, patients feel involved and have confidence. The provision of data at each step noticeably improves the processes and the exchange of information between medical staff and patients. Automated processes not only save time and personnel effort, they also increase the security of the workflow – especially with regard to documentation.