Returned Investment USD 70,000
Organization Sanitas International, hired OpenHealth to support and consulting services to integrate their laboratory system (LIS) with its corporate HIS by HL7 , to set the foundations for their interoperabilty layer to support their growing ecosystem.
It is built by an ESB a great unique pioneering advance in Latin America was consolidated, because it is the right solution for healthcare companies large for the implementation of its layer of corporate interoperability as a power control and manage all HL7 interfaces to its ecosystem.
The benefits of integration optimized delivery times of test results as well as the use of stationery for laboratory applications is eliminated, sampling patient systematized, you avoid phone calls. This HL7 integration set the ground base to replicate and escalate further existing or new additions to their ecosystem.
Returned Investment USD 2,800,000
Our best client and most loyal ally, has several solutions that we developed, challenges are permanent, since it acquires state-of-the-art technology every year, besides you need to optimize your processes to the maximum for your new building.
We implemented a company-wide information system (RIS) and image server (PACS) to support all of its dispersed locations in the city in medical imaging processes at all levels. We provided a pioneering voice recognition system at all levels in the institution to optimize times and staff. We develop the analytical layer of several processes in the organization to be able to analyze and optimize them through mathematical calculations. We advise in the acquisition of technology avoiding over-technified purchases to maintain effectiveness and cost.
Effective purchases meant in savings many millions of dollars over the years we served as consultants. Success led to trust, materialized in opportunities to develop proprietary technology that empowered self-knowledge of the company impacting operations and process optimization.
Returned Investment USD 500,000
The most important public hospital in Uruguay documented surgical operations on paper, as well as coordinating surgeries on spreadsheets. The settlement of fees was also done by hand.
A team of engineers from the hospital’s own faculty of engineering, a surgical information system that controls the operating rooms agenda, waiting lists for surgeries and electronic records of medical acts, all work with a strong component of HL7 standards.
The implementation continues to automate the calculation of surgery fees and to record the surgeries electronically in standard clinical histories, thanks to its standardized component in HL7, it is scaled with ease and speed until today. The system developed with interns under our supervision, all ASSE at a national level, provided time savings access to information with legible letter to the entire medical community of the country.
Returned Investment USD 1,200,000
Interhospital contracted with OpenHealth the management of your entire workflow from the external physician contacts the center to study his patient to the delivery of the report. All of this development in a very small budget.
Free licensing software developed a low-cost RIS / PACS licensing, integrated by HL7 with its accounting system inherited from the interlab family. Advice is given on each technology purchase permanently.
Savings in licenses and effective purchases, delivery of results through a patient’s’ portal, through the standard HL7 implementation allowed to scale the solution to a business level that they will need in their new building.
Returned Investment USD 40,000
We implemented interfaces in its hospital system and the ROCHE laboratory system using the HL7 standards, the software architecture they use has proprietary software components that raise major licensing costs.
The chosen solution was to seek to development of these interfaces in a more effective way through the use of open technologies and to implement a layer of interoperability in the medium term.
Through the delivery of software prototypes, integrations were made between the system developed in oracle and the laboratory system using open source libraries with null cost of licenses. In addition we performed a transfer of standard HL7 knowledge to continue developing new interfaces on their own.
The prototypes were scaled to a layer of interoperability typical of the hospital system that is used for 4 point-to-point integrations on HL7, with blood bank systems, laboratory, radiology, operating rooms.
Returned Investment USD 20,000
The clinic contracted us to carry out a consultancy on the state of the computer network to evaluate several solution providers to eliminate serious problems of communication that were experiencing.
Through a study of the topology gave recommendations of purchase and expenditure cut, designing a new network topology at institutional level.
We did not contract any of the alternatives on the table since the new network topology allowed, by changing existing pieces, to solve the problems.
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