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V-Mobile

SECURE AND TIMELY ACCESS TO PATIENT INFORMATION ON THE GO.

Providing clinicians with clinical information when and where they need it is a critical task. Clinicians move around a lot and are often in places where access to patient information is unavailable or limited. Regardless, they are still frequently called upon to make clinical decisions based on the information that they have on the go.

This puts undue pressure on clinicians to make decisions with limited information or delay decision making until they are in a position to access the information.

Reduce patient risk

V-Mobile reduces patient risk by giving clinicians access to all the information they need, when and where they want it. The clinician can securely access information without delay or limitation.

Limited training required

V-Mobile is designed in partnership with clinicians, each feature is tested with clinicians to ensure a consistent clinical experience throughout the interface. All this leads to a product that is in essence self educating and requires minimal formal training.

Enhance exiting systems

V-Mobile enhances existing departmental systems and data repositories through the use of mobile technology. V-Mobile provides an interface to data locked away in existing departmental systems made available in a logical and unified manner. Providing mobile access to patient information that would otherwise be unavailable in a website setting.

Fully secure

V-Mobile has robust security features that protect patient information and allow the hospital to control who sees what. Data access is fully auditable and our security model protects valuable information. So if the phone is lost or misplaced, the patient data is not.

“Verdi as a communication tool is absolutely vital to the well-being of patients, it allows forward planning, it allows recording of real time events around that patient and it allows subsequent recall of events down the track, whether that’s for medical reasons, medico-legal reasons… it’s a very useful tool.”

DR DAVID SKEWES (ANAESTHETIST)

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