Developed by Grapevine, a new HL7 interface transfers patient data from the hospitals Patient Administration System (PAS) in real-time to a new Fysicon cardio system which went live in the hospital this November 2018.
As part of a major upgrade to their Accustar Retail system, Grapevine were requested to provide a new application to create documents such as Quotations & Receipts. Called the Accustar Document Generator (ADG), the new application generate PDF documents that can be printed directly to the branches new laser printers are rolled out to replace the older legacy printers.
Blackrock Clinic, one of Ireland’s major private healthcare providers has deployed InterSystems Healthshare Health Connect to provide a central integration engine that sits between all clinical system in the hospital & manages all HL7 messaging between these systems.
Roll-out of the Patient Self Service check-in and patient calling system within the St. James's Hospital campus continued in 2016 with the addition of self service kiosks to the Diabetics department and the new Mercer’s Institute for Successful Aging (MISA) hospital….
St. James's Hospital is the largest acute general hospital in the Republic of Ireland and is an academic teaching hospital for Trinity College. With 1,020 beds, a staff of 3,500 and almost 350,000 patients treated each year as Inpatients, Outpatients, Day Care and emergency departments, St. James's is one the busiest acute hospitals in the country. St. James's has also been selected to be the location for the new National Children’s Hospital.
Defero Version 2.0, Grapevine Solutions's enterprise messaging solution is now available and includes many new features and improvements such as the new clinic interface module, system dashboard, message scheduling and new application design.
17th June – The HSE today launched its eHealth Ireland website. This site has been developed by the Office of the Chief Information Officer within the HSE to provide information about the ongoing work in the delivery of eHealth in Ireland. Grapevine are working with Irish Healthcare providers to develop eHealth solutions that benefit patients, clinicians and administration staff.
In addition to Patient Self Service Check-in, the system was also required to allow patients provide contact information, update demographic details, and participate in structured surveys as designed and managed by St. James's Hospital staff. The solution was also required to dispense patient information, support way finding and provide feedback gathering initiatives to manage outpatient departments more efficiently.
Grapevine Solutions and Jayex Technology have been approved by the HSE to supply Outpatient Self-Registration and Patient Calling solution for the HSE’s West North West area. The joint submission by Grapevine and Jayex was ranked 1st out of all responses in terms of cost as part of an open tender, “HSE Framework Tender 3614/14 for Patient Self Registration”
At the 19th HISI Annual Conference, Grapevine Solutions provided two kiosks to collect information from delegates regarding the use of IT in the healthcare industry at present and how it can be used to improve patient outcomes and an opinion poll asking attendees if they think Ireland is ready for a national eHealth ecosystem? - to which 66% said yes and 34% said no
MORE than 1,300 people a day are failing to keep their appointments at public hospital outpatient clinics ‐ despite lengthening queues to see a specialist. New figures reveal 39,243 "no-shows" in the course of one month – with more than one-fifth of return patients failing to turn up for appointments in some hospitals. The cost to the State of each outpatient appointment can be €163, which would mean a loss of around €211,900 a day.