Healthcare Logistics Ltd. has resources with extensive experience in the following areas:
Requirements Assessment and Consultancy for the Implementation of Fit-for Purpose Information Systems in the Healthcare Domain.
We have the right mix of resources to assess and conduct market research for the provision of fit-for purpose solutions to meet the customer’s demands.
Apart from our own internal resources, Healthcare Logistics also has a considerable network of partners that can be tapped into for specialised requirements.
Consultancy and Implementation of Large Information Systems in Health Care Environments
Our resources were heavily involved in the planning and implementation of large healthcare information systems in multi-site environments.
We have experience working directly both with the clients and third-party suppliers.
Throughout various projects our resources have provided implementation services, integration services, project management, user training, user acceptance testing assistance, user handholding, as well as support.
Procurement of Large Healthcare Information Systems, Particularly in a Public Procurement Setting
Members of our team have been directly involved in large procurement initiatives for hospital information systems.
We have worked closely with international experts and major consulting firms in the creation of extensive specification documentations.
Our resources have also assisted in the large entities in the procurement adjudication processes.
Management of Information Systems in Large Hospitals and Multi-site Healthcare Environments
Healthcare environments are very complex. They involve personnel from all walks of life, including in their midst medical professionals, people with administrative expertise and also people who maintain the running of the complex environment.
When implementing large information systems, one has to deal with all these levels of expertise.
Healthcare Logistics Limited personnel have managed the running of such systems in such complex environment.
Support and Training of Users in a Healthcare Environment
The complex healthcare provision environments and the large numbers of users involved, require a structured approach to end user training and support.
Training needs to be tailored to the level of expertise of the users and support has to be easily accessible and effective.
Failing in this might have serious consequences possibly leading to end users resistance both throughout the rollout period as well as the following implementation.
Healthcare Logistics Limited personnel have managed all these complexities.
eHealth and Tele-health
The world’s population is rapidly growing along with increased life expectancies, bringing along with it numerous challenges as well as new opportunities to streamline the health service delivery.
Considerable worldwide investment in eHealth and tele-health systems is being made to exploit the potential of such systems, since they provide new means of delivering excellent healthcare whilst making more efficient use of existing resources.
The provision of access to clinical records to patients, as well as the adoption and use of technology based tools also promotes citizens’ acknowledgement of responsibility toward their own health and well being.
Our employees have been greatly involved in the drawing up on eHealth strategies and implementation of solutions which have been adopted on a national level.
Due to the sensitivity of the information handled by healthcare information systems, our personnel have been significantly involved in the introduction of data protection principles in healthcare environments even before the enactment of the national Data Protection legislation.
Further reinforcement of the data protection principles was also provided when the relevant legislation was strengthened with an impact on particular business processes.
According to Plato ‘the beginning is the most important part of any work‘. We thus believe that a smooth implementation demands the setting up of collaborative team.
Our size permits us to foster a resilient relationship with our clients, helping us adopt a business partner model rather than a client-supplier model. Our principles and practices help us to adopt a collaborative approach from project inception with our partners to reach our goals, wherein our goals are indeed our partner’s goals.
Healthcare Logistics Ltd. offers a range of services that go beyond solution deployment. We help our partners plan, implement and integrate solutions as well as offer assistance throughout the solution roll-out phases.
Healthcare Logistics Ltd. prides itself on the breadth and depth of its employees’ experience to deliver solutions that reflect the clinical and business requirements of the partner’s organisation.
Change in a contemporary healthcare ambience often means instability, making information technology projects among the top strategic and operational challenges healthcare management faces today. Our team has garnered considerable knowledge and a unique set of skills which is key to the successful implementation of IT healthcare related projects.
Our project management resources offer a bespoke service to all our clients. Before outlining any project delivery strategy, a value-driven approach is adopted to define and prioritize project objectives. We thus lead and hand-hold our clients through all the phases of planning and implementation whilst at the same time honouring and respecting the customer’s expertise in the business.
From a healthcare IT project management perspective, our experience spans from a larger scale hospital (primary, secondary and tertiary care) setting to the smaller departmental areas like pathology/laboratory services.
Whilst complementary to the highly specialised skill set encountered within the healthcare industry, out team’s skill set is considered vital for the success of projects.
The increasing adoption of IT based healthcare solutions by organizations, both at a national and an international level, necessitates an adequate level of IT support for clinicians to provide a superlative healthcare service to patients and citizens.
When healthcare IT systems fail, the consequences can be far more reaching than just an inconvenience or disruption to business processes. The ever increasing adoption of IT based systems within healthcare provision organizations, has amplified the dependency on the availability of IT systems to be able to provide efficient and effective patient care. It is thus imperative that the IT systems are relentlessly monitored for potential failures which might leading to service disruption. In such events, systems need to be restored in the least possible time.
Whilst we always promote a level of in-house administration and support, more specialised support that is available around the clock is a must.
Healthcare Logistics Ltd.,
St. Louis Street,
+356 2132 0800