IT-projects in the Healthcare industry can be successful, let us show you how.
In healthcare, the transition from paper processes to information systems often involves transferring previously paper-based processes as they are into the electronic realm, without considering the actual significance of the process. This means that the methods could have been revamped during their digitization.
At eSystems, we have a zero-tolerance policy for lazy software projects where things are done the same way as they always have been. If a software project doesn't generate significant and measurable benefits, it's not worth starting.
With the readily available SaaS (Software as a Service) programs, "software shopping" has gone out of control in many companies over the last decade. Purchasing software is no longer the exclusive privilege of IT departments; nowadays, various functions across organizations, including business operations, increasingly acquire them.
As companies' software architectures become more patchwork-like, essential data crucial for business operations is becoming more siloed within different subsystems. However, taking control of and optimizing core business processes would require that data generated throughout the entire process be visible in one place, allowing the identification of operational bottlenecks and facilitating process improvement. Individual integrations built between systems do not solve this problem; instead, companies need a centralized solution through which key integrations are built.
Have you ever calculated how much time has been spent on planning, documenting, and implementing processes that never actually became operational in the day-to-day activities of the company?
A centralized automation platform is an excellent way to both describe the vital core processes of the company and, at the same time, embed them into the daily routines of the organization through clear and easily accessible interfaces.
Well-designed process changes aim to facilitate the organization's operations, not complicate them.
From the very beginning of building the new digital core system, eSystems created streamlined, easily adaptable processes and made sure data and process integrity were there.
Broken business processes were never given a chance to start. Read more about how we enabled Synlab’s vision to become reality and how they became Finland’s largest medical imaging company – thanks to low-code.
TLC aimed to expand and enhance its ability to provide compassionate, comprehensive healthcare for underserved communities for free. To support a growing national user base and extend digital coverage, a more scalable architecture and development environment were needed.
The project delivered an electronic health record system highly contextualized for Eswatini and business solutions for scheduling, time tracking, inventory management, procurement, asset management, and equipment tracking.