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- 25 May 2017 10:09
OnBase by Hyland supports Melbourne Health in clinical and administrative applications
Melbourne-based Melbourne Health has implemented OnBase by Hyland hosted in the Hyland Cloud to digitise its health records and data in advance of a future electronic medical record (EMR) system tender and anticipated integration. Additionally, OnBase will be deployed in the Finance department to support back-office functions, such as payroll.
OnBase technology is currently leveraged to scan and capture patient information from third-party clinical repositories and present critical data in a single, secure location for Melbourne Health users to immediately access from anywhere across the hospital system. Clinicians securely view patient records through the OnBase Patient Window directly or via integration with the Parkville Precinct clinical viewer, which unites patient electronic records generated by Melbourne Health, The Royal Women’s Hospital and Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.
“The flexibility of OnBase was central to our decision to select and implement the technology in both clinical and administrative applications, enabling our users to have immediate and secure access to critical information,” said Rhonda Carroll, Director of Information and Performance at Melbourne Health. “OnBase is crucial to our current scanning operations and workflow functionalities, and it will be a critical component to our future integration with an EMR.”
In addition to digitising health records, OnBase was recently selected to help optimise some payroll functionality in the Finance department at Melbourne Health.
“Melbourne Health is a stellar example for healthcare organisations striving to streamline processes and improve patient care,” said Susan deCathelineau, Vice President, global healthcare sales and services at Hyland. “The smart ways in which they have deployed OnBase now and plans for the future applications will pave the way for successful integrations, which ultimately equal cost savings and benefits to all Melbourne Health stakeholders – most importantly, the patients.”
To learn why more than 1,800 organisations across the globe are leveraging OnBase technology across the enterprise to digitise health records, streamline back-office functions and provide exemplary patient care, visit OnBase.com/Healthcare.
About Hyland Hyland is a leader in providing software solutions for managing content, processes and cases for organisations across the globe. For 25 years, Hyland has enabled more than 15,500 organisations to digitalise their workplaces and fundamentally transform their operations. Named one of Fortune’s Best Companies to Work For® since 2014, Hyland is widely known as both a great company to work for and a great company to do business with. For more information, please visit Hyland.com.
About OnBase by Hyland OnBase is a single enterprise information platform for managing content, processes and cases deployed via mobile, on-premises or in the Hyland Cloud. Providing enterprise content management (ECM), case management, business process management (BPM), records management and capture all on a single platform, OnBase transforms organisations around the globe by empowering them to become more agile, efficient and effective. Enterprise cloud-based sharing capability for the OnBase platform is available with our complementary offering, ShareBase by Hyland.
Over 1,800 healthcare organisations use OnBase to complete patient records, eliminate reimbursement delays and enhance business processes. Dedicated to meeting the evolving needs of our customers for document and process management, OnBase has evolved through consistent product innovation and remains focused on automating business processes that depend on documents, content and people to operate more effectively. For more information about OnBase, visit OnBase.com/Healthcare.
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