GIVE YOUR CLINICIANS ACCESS TO PATIENT RECORDS ON MOBILE DEVICES WITHOUT OVERHAULING YOUR EXISTING IT SYSTEM
Clinicians move around a lot and are often in places where access to patient information is unavailable. Regardless, they are still frequently called upon to make decisions about patients based on the information that they have to go on.
This puts undue pressure on clinicians to make decisions with limited information or delays the decision making until they are in a position to access the information. This can delay treatments and put patient safety in jeopardy.
V-Mobile is an overlay for existing IT systems, making them accessible to clinicians on any mobile device.
Improve clinician efficiency
V-Mobile improves efficiency by enabling clinicians to access the patient record from their own device without waiting for a terminal or the paper record. Multiple people can access the electronic record simultaneously, which means the clinician won’t ever have to wait for the patient record to be delivered to them again. V-Mobile has been designed to be intuitive and therefore requires little to no training.
Reduce patient risk
V-Mobile reduces patient risk by giving clinicians access to all the information that they need, when and where they want it on any enabled mobile device. A clinician can use V-Mobile to access the medical record in full or in parts because it comes with robust role based security.
Cost effective and low risk
V-Mobile doesn’t require overhauling your existing technology and can easily be connected or disconnected without any change to hardware or existing clinical systems. V-mobile has a low upfront cost and can be easily budgeted for.
Utilise your existing IT infrastructure
V-Mobile utilises your existing IT infrastructure. It provides patient information from existing disparate clinical systems and presents it through a unified patient centric interface that is powerful and simple to use.
“Verdi is the greatest advance in the medical record since the invention of paper.”
Professor John Zaicberg
OAM Chief Medical Officer & Director,
Division of Haematology and Medical Oncology