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NEC Indonesia creates a more secure and sustainable society

Anuradha Shukla | Feb. 5, 2016
Implements IT solution in selected hospitals.

NEC Indonesia is leveraging the power of ICT to create value for a more sustainable and secure society.

The company will implement its first state-of-the-art Bedside Nursing (BSN) IT solution in selected hospitals in Indonesia, as part of its "Solutions for Society."

This innovative IT solution works on a mobile device and helps nurses to retrieve real time data on patient vitals and order information from the Hospital Information System (HIS).

The Android-based NEC's BSN system thus assists nurses to provide more personalised and effective patient care.

"NEC's healthcare mobile solutions ensure that hospitals can assign its most appropriate personnel to provide the correct procedures at the right point of care," said Takayuki Kano, president Director, PT. NEC Indonesia. "NEC Indonesia is proud to be able to support the healthcare industry, including the implementation of our Bedside Nursing solution, which can be tailored to each healthcare organization's system and needs, in order to deliver better patient care experience."

User friendly application
NEC's BSN system is a user friendly application which works on the HIS platform.

The company intends to implement it in two Public Hospitals in Indonesia, the Budhi Asih Public Hospital and the Cimacan Public Hospital.

Once deployed, this system will enable nurses to view orders from an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system and verify them before administering any care.

Nurses can examine patients at their bedsides and simultaneously enter data by connecting to the EMR system through a wireless LAN.

The BSN solution is also designed to also display several other types of medical information, such as diagnosis results, drug allergy information, blood type, vital signs, doctor in charge, and bed arrangement within a ward.


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