Healthcare Solutions

ERS Data Solutions Group can help you enhance patient care, increase operational efficiency and optimize IT operations with wireless technology. 
   Enhance Patient Care with accurate, secure patient information.
   Increase Operational Efficiency by connecting Caregivers to track patient progress,
   equipment, facilities and costs effectively.
   Optimize IT Operations with Secure, Easy-to-Deploy WLAN's and Apps.
Wireless Communications infrastructure
  • Wi-Fi network design and implementation
  • FIPS 140-2 (Federal Information Processing Standards) compliant data security that increases control over the flow of information traveling to and from devices/workers and allows missing devices to be disabled or wiped clean. FIPS 140-2 is a key component in achieving HIPAA compliance.
  • Support for a robust BYOD policy, through security and access to management applications resident on the network.
  • Reduced strain on IT resources to deploy, manage and maintain clinical and operational systems, including advanced wireless management software that allows the entire network to be provisioned, deployed, updated and even made available for remote troubleshooting. 
  • Mission-critical wireless coverage to support many concurrent mobile application solutions, including superior performance for voice and video applications.
  • A reduction in capital costs by reducing the number of access points and streamlining voice and data across indoor and outdoor networks.  Flexible architecture allows controller-less (access points acting as virtual controllers) or controller-based deployments, controllers with greater capacity and integrated advanced features, along with simplified licensing
Patient Safety
Key benefits of Patient Safety solutions enabled by Motorola technologies include:
  • Medication administration
  • Instant verification that the right patient is about to receive the right medication, in the right dose, at the right time and in the right way.
  • Audit trail of who administered what medication at what time entered into the electronic medical record.
  • Compliance with government mandates to record all medication events without requiring additional paperwork or time.
  • Elimination of double-dosing across shift changes.
Patient monitoring and tracking
  • Real-time monitoring of patient vital signs and equipment status as clinicians move through the care unit, tending to other patients.
  • Instant alarms and status for life-threatening situations, shortening response times.
  • Quicker disposition of false alarms as clinicians review the stream of real-time data.
  • Monitoring of patient location for patients who may wander from their room or ward.
Specimen collection and tracking
  • Instant access to the specimen collection order ensures that the right specimen is about to be collected from the right patient, in the right way, at the right time and placed in the right container.
  • Improved quality of care as the right patient receives the right diagnosis as quickly as possible.
Patient rounds
  • Direct, real-time data entry into the electronic medical record (EMR).
  • Elimination of errors resulting from illegible handwriting or shift changes.
Medical instrument and supply tracking
  • Counting and tracking of instruments used in operations and procedures.
  • Immediate charge capture for supplies used during operations and procedures
  • Rugged Mobile Integration with EMR
  • Asset Management and Tracking
Inventory Management - Although inventory management is of the utmost importance, clinicians and other healthcare professionals are not logistics professionals. Automated inventory management enables clinicians to maintain patient focus, freeing them from manual processes and ensuring:
  • Automatic inventory tracking, from stockrooms to operating rooms and patient rooms, through to waste areas.
  • Reduction of stock-outs, supply hoarding and inventory shrink.
  • Increased rates and accuracy of per-patient charge capture for supplies and equipment.
  • More accurate billing and ordering, leading to larger orders, bulk discounts and other savings.
  • Reduction in duplicative, on-hand inventory.
  • More efficient expiration date management and proactive removal of expired inventory.
Asset Management - Visibility into asset counts and locations is critical for facility management and clinicians alike. A variety of technologies can be used to ensure that:
  • Medical equipment is easily located and clean, working and ready for use.
  • Work delays due to missing equipment are reduced.
  • Asset databases remain accurate so that required upgrades and security updates are consistently deployed.
Staff Communications and Management
  • Instant, reliable and secure communications, whether one-to-one or one-to-many.
  • Enhanced data security by increasing control over the flow of information traveling to and from devices/workers and by allowing missing devices to be disabled or wiped clean.
  • A reduction in capital and operating costs by collapsing the number of networks and devices and reducing redundant cellular expenses through integrated voice capabilities.
  • Faster response to patient and clinical needs.
  • Increased employee productivity through real-time collaboration and locationing.
  • Protection for existing technology investments such as WLAN while enabling cost-effective extensions for mobile voice and data solutions with Voice-over-WLAN.
  • Reduced strain on IT resources to deploy, manage and maintain networks and systems in support of the business including advanced wireless management software that allows devices to be provisioned, deployed, updated and even made available for troubleshooting remotely.
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