03 May 2017 | News
Together with the German public hospital, Philips will co-design and enterprise wide pilot Tasy.
Royal Philips, a global leader in health technology, is expanding Tasy, its award-winning next generation Electronic Medical Records (EMR) solution, into the European market. The introduction is being marked with an agreement signed with KrankenHaus Düren.
Together with this German public hospital, Philips will co-design and enterprise wide pilot Tasy. It will give the 450 bed institution that treats 70,000 patients per year an innovative EMR solution to meet the requirements and needs of the current and future local hospital market.
Traditional EMRs typically contain standard medical and clinical data about a patient. They were originally designed to use this information for administrative tasks such as billing. Philips Tasy takes a different approach and is developed to streamline workflows and optimize patient care. It offers a single integrated platform and database to enable centralized management of all medical, organizational and administrative processes.
These range from patient care to inventory and supply management, revenue cycle management and financial reporting. Other processes Tasy covers are bed management and the scheduling of rooms and the right staff for appointments and medical procedures. It also adds to patient safety by featuring scientifically established protocols and advanced algorithms for rapid detection of sepsis and infections.