Many Australian hospitals are moving towards a more integrated and interoperable core clinical communications system to help facilitate the exchange of data between systems in one hospital and/or across different hospitals.
Olinqua’s Messaging Integration Engine (MIE) helps bridge clinical communication and collaboration gaps. It does this by incorporating interrelated workflow and communication applications such as personal directories, nurse call and alert solutions, and mobile devices (including pagers) to automate the handling and dispatching of hospital messages and alerts.
When building our MIE technology, our team and clinical advisory board had these criteria in mind:
To ensure successful adoption and long-term use, Olinqua set out to reimagine a clinical communication and collaboration solution with the following key features:
The right integration Messaging Integration Engine automates hospital alerts and notifications, making sure that the right person receives the right message in a timely manner. This in turn can improve healthcare workers and clinicians’ response times.
By providing a platform for real-time notifications and improving efficiency, nurses and clinicians will have more time to spend with each patient.
Finally, Olinqua’s MIE that interfaces easily with other existing communications and workflow systems helps to reduce the costs associated with building customised integration solutions.