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Ensuring security of supply is a priority

SAP Healthcare Best Practice – The industry faces significant challenges. The growing cost pressure, permanent changes in the legal framework and overburdened specialists put hospitals under severe pressure. Disruptions in information and media between hospitals and utilities make it difficult to cooperate efficiently. At the same time, the demands on service, transparency and quality are constantly increasing. More individual services, new treatment techniques and the use of technical innovations are a must for companies in the healthcare industry. Thus, application systems in the healthcare sector are of particular importance. The first priority is the care of patients. They must ensure the highest level of security of supply in the hectic hospital. In addition, clinical information systems are used to increase the efficiency of the respective facilities. Through uniform processes, healthcare professionals can ensure the best possible patient care.

The main objectives are to increase the quality of supply and at the same time to optimize the resources used. Simplified processes ensure the focus on the patient. Intuitive systems are an absolute must here. As a result, the systems help create a care environment that is calm, safe and structured.

The systems used are usually very closely connected. Electronic data exchange ensures smooth and error-free operation.

Connection of systems

SAP HealthCare systems are connected

Simplify management processes with higher quality performance, save on inventory, procurement, delivery costs, and human resources. Logistics costs cover between 15% and 25% of all hospital costs. There are considerable potential for optimization and savings. Significant savings can be achieved through an efficient design of the supplier structure, the product range and order processing.

In order to fully exploit the optimization potential, it is necessary to build competitive and performance-oriented IT structures. The flow of material, information, capital and its efficient management are the key parameters.

Expertise

Connection of different systems such as .B:


  1. Logistics
  2. Webshops
  3. Hospital Information Systems (KIS)

Module supply and individual customer evaluations (also related to cost centres) via electronic order. Delivery notes, invoices, etc. with upstream master data harmonisation.


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