Icon - Strikerfeed


Aleris Sleep Apnea Center first hospital with Automated care processes

Aleris Sleep apnea center has during this spring  implemented automated care processes as first hospital. 

  High quality and efficient and patient oriented care has always been important to us, so automated care processes were a natural development to raise to the next level,  says Emil Lennartsson, CIO at Aleris Sömnapné. 

- Aleris has always been at the forefront when it comes to eHealth and therefore I am extra pleased  that Aleris Sömnapné in such a short timeframe  implemented automated care processes with the help of SwipeCare ® 4 in its core business , says Fredrik Wångberg, CEO of Strikersoft.

The system drives the care process

Previous process tools in care have mainly monitored what is happening, and the care staff has manually moved the patient between each step in the process. In the automated care process, it is the system that drives the process forward and initiates the predetermined steps.

- Automated care processes are really a new way of working in healthcare, says Emil Lennartsson. We can already see how our staff can focus more on other things than administration.

Several  processes underway to convert

- We have several processes underway to convert within Aleris Sömnapné, continues Emil Lennartsson. Some care episodes could be more than one year long , but the treatment is usually lifelong and we must follow up and help the patients throughout their treatment. Then it extra valuable that we now have a system that automatically ensures that every step is secured in the workflow. 

I am convinced that automated treatment processes are part of the solution to meet healthcare 's major challenges , to free up resources and deliver efficient and quality health care in the future, concludes Fredrik Wängberg.

Automated care processes are part of Strikersoft's latest version of its award-winning care system SwipeCare ® , called SwipeCare ® 4. There, both patients, care staff and care management have their own views, so-called dashboards, where they can see how care progresses from their different perspectives.