Wednesday, 24 May 2017 23:40

Melbourne Health deploys OnBase by Hyland for records digitisation

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Melbourne Health has digitised its health record and data in advance of a future electronic medical record (EMR) system tender and anticipated integration using the OnBase by Hyland enterprise information platform.

The Melbourne-based healthcare provider will also deploy the enterprise OnBase software solution in its finance department to support back-office functions, such as payroll.

Rhonda Carroll, director of information and performance at Melbourne Health, said the flexibility of OnBase was central to the decision to select and implement the technology in both clinical and administrative applications, enabling users to have immediate and secure access to critical information.

“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.”

Susan deCathelineau, vice-president, global healthcare sales and services at Hyland, said Melbourne Health was a “stellar example for healthcare organisations striving to streamline processes and improve patient care”.

“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,” deCathelineau said.

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