The Workflow Excellence module offers innovative solutions like predictive modeling of healthcare processes with a “digital twin” of your institution. Through this simulation, you can watch your institution grow and change in the virtual world before making costly real-life changes.
A digital twin of your facility integrates patient pathways, staff scheduling and movements, utilization and performance data from diagnostic equipment, and other data sources to build a dynamic and comprehensive model that you can use as a testbed. Use the power of the digital twin simulation to assess various scenarios and predict their operational and financial impact, allowing your institution to optimally allocate efforts and drive change with confidence.
In addition, the Workflow Excellence module also offers virtual stress tests that can be used to examine the robustness of your operations. For example, how would increasing patient volumes, more complex patients, or a staff shortage affect you? Through the Workflow Excellence module, you can be prepared today for the challenges of tomorrow.
Siemens Healthineers Value Partners can also help you assess utilization of both medical equipment and staff using proactive monitoring and technology like real time location systems (RTLS). We’ll work with you to you develop a technology roadmap to ensure alignment between your medical equipment fleet and your anticipated service demands. This roadmap also points the way to improving utilization and proactively managing capacity. Our expertise in utilization can help you avoid investment failures, underutilization, or lack of capacity.
Granting secure, convenient access to patient data across the institution is another way Siemens Healthineers Value Partners can help optimize workflows. We help you with the strategic design of a a full patient data infrastructure within your existing IT landscape. The solution includes one network within which staff can exchange information and communicate quickly and easily; online communications with both peers and patients for increased efficiency; and access to patient data that’s independent of institution, role, time, or place; and teleconsultations capabilities.